KBK wrote:to the average man on the street, depending on how far up the heights of new and forward thinking the new understandings may be....both truth and lies are seen as equally painful.
The person of rough attitude and evil thinking, they can pass off lies as truth, by engaging this above stated situation, by adding points of potential comforts to their projected lie. points of potential comfort that fit the mind and desires of the average person.
If you look around you, this is what you see in the world today.
Small-minded people are potent weapons to be yielded by such evil manipulators. Such people can be convinced to become human bombs. This is why education is forbidden for large portions of some populations, and why free speakers are shunned, punished, or even executed. People are told to believe what they are told to believe, and to buy what they are told to buy, whether products or ideas, by such manipulative media moguls, corporations, political and ideological leaders, and tyrannical sociopaths. People who think small are much more likely to let others do the "big thinking" for them. This is why we ourselves must learn to think big, for ourselves.
We must follow the lead of other great thinkers, but only by example, doing our actual big thinking based on our own efforts, to gain the value that is there for the taking if we choose to ignore the deep-seated fear of our deeply buried personal beliefs that hold us back, and to just think big. The line between impossible and possible is neither where you think it is, nor where "they" tell you it is. It is much farther away than you can even imagine. What you can imagine, you can make real.
VR will show us the way, and it will teach us how to think big thoughts and to dream big dreams, and then we can make it real. In the end, it really does not matter who gets the credit, or who goes into the history books. What matters is that the future becomes all that it can be, and it is us who can and must make it so.