The Truth As Eyes See It: A Memoirra
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"A note from the author: I promise you, dear reader, that while you are in the process of reading this material, I will very likely ruffle your feathers at least a dozen times. For most of you, that number will be much higher. I’ve always had a tendency to speak the truths that others don’t want to hear, in a, perhaps, abrasive manner. I got that from my father, and he got it from his. But in doing so, one of two things will happen. Either you will read my point of view and determine that it’s absurd, simultaneously questioning and strengthening your own belief, or you may find that my point of view angers you because there is something within your own belief that needs to be adjusted. After all, the truth will set you free, but often your anger toward new information will be a signal of cognitive dissonance. Don’t judge the book by its cover or any one of its fragments. It must be understood in its entirety to be understood at all. I do not claim to be an expert on any one of the subjects presented. I am merely sharing my own interpretation from what I have read, seen, and experienced. I hereby make no claims that any of the material is unwavering fact. I am simply including the crumbs that led me on my personal path through the rabbit hole. They are all a part of the story of my evolving beliefs. However, among those quoted, you will find many reputable and respectable sources. It is up to you, dear reader, to seek your own verification of what is proven fact and what is speculation or sensationalism. Within this story, I attempt to display how we all seek to verify what we already believe, how our own personal worldview is shaped by what we want to believe, and how, even in the depths of what seems to everyone else veritable insanity, you will still find grains of truth... sometimes even astounding truth. I would also like to add that my recollection of these events is mine alone, and may not reconcile with others’ versions. Therefore, it should be surmised that the stories are merely based on my own perspective. After all, I do admit, wholeheartedly, that throughout the timeframe of this memoirra, I was completely and utterly mad. I sat on this book for over a decade. Afraid. Afraid of what you would think of me. You don’t know me, but I’m a friend. I have thought about you, dear reader, often. I have pondered the deepest of thoughts, and asked the most hushed questions in order to write the very best for you."