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Mysterious Philosophy 2
Each time we affirm something, we think we just said something true. If I say : "my friend is little", it is maybe true to me, but my friend is gigantic in the opinion of an ant. It's all a matter of what limits do we put on the words we pronounced. If to me, being tall is being taller than 6' 1", maybe to someone else it will be being taller than 4' 1".
Furthermore, no one has exactly the same truth than someone else. Let's say two of my friends like pastas. They both say "whoa fuck those pastas were good". Let's materialize my friends' tastes into two marbles. If I use a camera to zoom on those marbles, even if they look the same, there always will be one point of the zoom where I'll see a tiny difference between the marbles. If I keep zooming, this difference will grow huge. Concretely, my friends both like pastas, but there is one of them who likes it just a little more than the other. Depending on where you fixed the limit of "to like something", this difference may be tiny or gigantic.
That's why you're wrong about everything : you're the only one on this earth to have this opinion of yours, and it would be absurd to say you don't have the good opinions, wouldn't it ? As if there was a good and a bad opinion. But because of that, your truth is shared by no one else, because they all have a different truth, their own truth. This is why everything is subjective.