Reality and Actuality
By William Bezanson
Everything that is real is not necessarily actual.
What is real to me may not be real to you. And what is actual may be different still.
Reality is what we perceive. Actuality is what truly is. I learned this distinction years ago in my Rosicrucian study, and the lesson has reinforced itself many times while looking around and observing the world. The phe…
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