Choices make up the substance of our lives, what we chose is not made without influence from all that we hear and experience. While others actions may affect us, it is our choices that constitute much of the variables of our lives lived out. In a conversation today with someone who does not believe in Jehovah as the creator, the discussion was turned to defining education as concerning whether or not misinformation should be considered fact. There are many facets that can and should be brought into the discussion along this line of reason. We live in a world where opposing views are commonly substantiated by supposition rather than established fact.
The conversation today went like this after I made this statement: Misinformation is not “TRUTH” irregardless of whether you choose to call it education.
Responder #1: Education is misinformation? And how did you come to that conclusion?
My response: Again I say “misinformation” is not “TRUTH” if it is false at it’s base, so then it does not matter if you choose to call it education or not because it is in fact “MISINFORMATION” of falsified fact.
We,any of us,choose what or who we believe in order to establish what we consider to be “TRUE FACT”.
Now the crucial part, choosing your source!