state of affairs. According to this view, what people believe about something in no way alters reality.
Since as long a s For the purpose of our discussion on critical thinking, we shall define
truth as objective reality, the actual i can remember, my parents have taught me to
believe in "God", the father of Jesus Christ, the "one" who created the world we live in
today. As I got older and a little more wiser I started to question this invisible
figure. Who is he? How do I know that he can perform miracles? Does he forgive you of
your sins? Just as I started to find out if Santa Clause was really a figment of my
imagination, I wanted to know the same about God, I wanted to know the truth.. And soon i
learned the truth.
When I was at the age of seven, I found out that my Grandmother, from my dads sisde of
thte family was very ill, her kidneys gave out, and she needed a transplant. I remember
that day very vividly, i remember walking into the hospital room where she was placed at
the time, and a sort of silence with a mixture of darkness in the room. We entered and
the Doctor had told my family and I that there was no kidney transplant available for my
Grandmother. It was a shock to my family and me. Everyone knew if there wasn't a