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The Veracity of Truth

Summary: Analyzes the work "The Four Agreements" by Don Miguel Ruiz, which is about learning how to discover the truth instead of just creating assumptions.
In The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz identifies the nature of a human being to make assumptions about everything he sees, hears, or comes in contact with. Ruiz further states that since a person is afraid to ask for clarification, he chooses to make an assumption rather than inquire the truth. By making assumptions about everything, a person comes to blindly believe in a falsified form of the truth, where he is only capable of hearing information pertinent to his own well being, and at the same time his cowardice makes him unable to ask for elucidations about the assumptions.

It is the nature of a human being to invent falsified truths from the assumptions he makes by listening and observing. A person makes these assumptions because he "...believes they are the truth. [He] could swear they are real" (63). The mind subconsciously accepts this speculation as...

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