Who is the one to decide what “truth” actually is? And “truth” can be different from “fact” or “evidence”, although it can also be the same thing.

But in this case “truth” is a personal viewpoint in many cases.

Very rarely do even two people agree on everything, let alone hundreds and thousands of people.

I would say it’s literally impossible to see things, visually, from the same perspective.

And if we can’t do that, how can we “see” things figuratively, since all of that depends on our experiences, education, personality and outlook.

Truth (and opinion) is what is true for ourselves, forcing it on others just becomes judgment.

Facts have evidence and data or some other kind of proof (such as documents or photographs or videotapes)

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