Imagine you meet someone for the first time and get talking

“So where did you do your MBA from?”, you ask.


“Wtf! Who does their MBA from gujarat. This guy looked smart to me!”, you think to yourself.

“Oh ok. Where from in Gujarat?”, you ask.

“IIM Ahmedabad”


While this scenario is fictitious, it represents our life in a weird way.

The guy stated a fact. IIM Ahmedabad is indeed in gujarat.

But the truth you established from that fact, was driven by your biases, your perception.

And until you clarified, that truth would reside in you, as a fact.

The truth is merely a reflection of your beliefs, values and experiences.

It is unique to you

It’s your view

And it’s not an absolute

The truth is not a fact

It’s a feeling