Something that must be seen to be believed, Many religious persons demand faith in their religion since there are no facts. This is a common saying when a person reflects to another something they experienced, yet have no proof or exhibit of said concept to show.

In this reasoning, one must live history for ones self, since seeing is believing demands that you experience for yourself, thereby filling your cognitive bucket with information and knowledge otherwise unreal and fictional. History becomes fictitious, since it is not directly your own interpretation from your cultural bias.

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