Updated: Oct 5
A fact can be defined as an objective truth that exists independent of our personal opinions, beliefs, or perceptions. It is what actually happened, without any charge, additions, omissions, or embellishments that come with our interpretations about what happened.
In transformational trainings, like [re] WIRED for Peace, we highlight the importance of confronting and questioning our beliefs and assumptions to achieve personal growth and transformation. In this context, the distinction ‘fact’ plays a critical role as it serves as a reference point for evaluating the accuracy of our perceptions and beliefs. By acknowledging the distinction between objective facts and subjective interpretations, the students can begin to challenge their assumptions and create new possibilities for themselves.
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