Experience is defined as the state of having been affected by or gained knowledge through direct observation or participation. Truth on the other hand is in accordance with fact or reality. Our experience may vary but truth is constant. This is why it is important to bridge the gap between experience and truth.


Experience is subjective to our encounters, observation, and interaction with others and life in general. It will be surrounded by our emotions and personal interpretations. Experience is unique to each individual. Even if we are doing the same activity at the same time. This is because we have unique perspectives and cognitive processes. There are also factors that may affect our experience such as our cultural background and personal beliefs.


Our experience should not be the basis of our truth. Then, take a look at how your experiences are shaping your perspective of the situation. Just because something is your reality, doesn’t mean it is the reality. It is important to acknowledge that personal experiences can shape our understanding and interpretation of truth, but they should not be the sole basis for determining what is objectively true.

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