How can one argue what IS? Argument is in the realm of the 'appearances' of what IS! How things appear is subjective to how we experience them and internalize them after we have filtered them through our individual belief systems. If they ‘pass the test’ of ensuring our individual ‘safety’, we accept them as true. If they don’t, we challenge the experiences that we have perceived and doubt their validity.
When a person has an ongoing awareness, communion and respect for the guidance of the Divine Infinite Spirit, there is no doubt in ‘knowing’ the truth. When one relies on theappearance of their experiences it creates doubt, worry and fear that in turn creates beliefs that the ego uses to protect itself from ‘perceived’ and ‘believed’ harm.
Argument for the sake of argument is not always futile because it can reveal the erroneous beliefs of those who accept what they have internalized from the perceived dualistic reality as the complete and utter truth. Truth is within and it projects outward into the PDR filtered by the beliefs of the individual and is reflected back to the individual to create a belief of validity of what one accepts as true.
The beauty of science is the fact that a theory can be tested and tested for validity and under the conditions of the originalexperiment; it will yield the same result? Can religion say that? Hardly. Religions use the experiences of their founders or leaders to convince others that their way is THE way. Spirituality, on the other hand, is a personal experience where one goes within and comes to know the Source of all life.
Through the diligent and regular practice of meditation, one retreats from the din and chaos of the ‘outer world’ and goes to the ‘inner world’ of peace and understanding. Consistent practice of meditation brings a blessing of joy from experiencing Divine love. Going within to the center of your being allows you to tap into your inner well-being and benefit from its blessings.
Making the time daily to experience Absolute truth allows you to go beyond what appears to be real and enter the objective realm of what IS real. As you practice meditation you move from believing in someone else’s truth into knowing your own truth.
Relative truth IS subjective whereas Absolute truth is reality of Divine love. ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)