“Just because you believe it, that doesn’t make it true.” Truth is facts. A belief can be sincere but still incorrect. It can be based on incomplete information and hearsay. In order for something to be considered true, it must be supported by objective evidence. 

What is the difference between a belief and the truth?  Unfortunately, a belief held with high confidence becomes a truth in your world, even if it is not true. What is true for one person is simply a belief for someone else.

However, some experts formulated some ways to identify the truth. To live a truth-based life, of course, we all need to use reasoned, useful fact-finding criteria—good standards of judgment for determining the difference between fact and fiction.

Every subject presented to a thoughtful audience must be supported by rational proof and logical arguments. We can use our senses, reasoning, authority, or inspiration as “ways of knowing”. These can also serve as a guide to everyone who wants to determine what’s true and whatnot. This simple, understandable guide categorizes the ways to attempt to know the truth and prove its veracity.


Sincere beliefs can also be influenced by personal biases. Other factors like cultural conditioning and others can affect our perception of reality. This is why, it is vital to be critical of our own beliefs. We should be constantly seeking out new information and evidence. In order to challenge and refine our understanding of the world around us.

Personal beliefs and values can play an important role in shaping our identity. It will also guide our decisions and provide a purpose and meaning to our lives.

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