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We hear so many things in life...in the media, in schools, in churches, from our friends, etc. How do we know which of these things are true, and which arent? Theres a good (and unfortunate) saying in advertising: if people hear something enough times, theyll eventually accept it as truth. Based on his training in science, and a mind and heart hungry to know the truths about life and the optimum ways to live, Dennis Marcellino has spent the last 35 years with those pursuits as his #1 interest. Now after all of that, he has a clear understanding of what THE truth is as well as the process by which we acquire truth and how we can verify it. So why is it important to know the truth? For one, the statement Know the truth and the truth will set you free is a true statement indeed. The more that we understand about life and our being, the more in harmony well be with them, which then results in the greater our experiences will be...which is something that we all want. Also, if we want to pass on these truths that we see (or pass on anything that we think or feel or are trying to influence people with), we must have proofs and convincing arguments ...the strength of which (for an honest person) is only to the degree that they are true. Otherwise it is just our beliefs vs. their beliefs, both of which can easily be passed off by the other. Therefore it is important, both for our own experience and for our desire to influence others positively, that we know THE truth.
In using science to explore what is usually an emotionally charged subject, Marcellino provides a strong fact-based philosophical approach which is compelling. Diane Donovan, The Philosophers Bookshelf, Midwest Book Review