The Mind.

Note: I credit the rapport and insubstantial bonds to a Facebook friend. The other ideas are mostly my own.

I am starting to imagine imaginary bonds that bind people together who have a lot in common, imaginary bonds that seem insubstantial but strong like a magnetic field that it can cause people to adapt their routines or disrupt their daily life completely so as to be close to that person to spend their time.
Those people whose Psyche are dissimilar to you become repelled by your mere presence and thoughts expressed by your words, hence you will see less of them
When a topic of discussion is based on opinion and not Science, then it causes a polarisation/ fragmentation in people much like a ray of light passes through a prism and shatters into pieces of the rainbow colour.
Each fragment/ particular rainbow colour is the person’s view on that topic, a part of the Truth, and it is there that there is no symmetry left so there becomes repulsion, hence a widening of the insubstantial bonds that bind people together.

But then Truth isn’t really objective and separate, it only exists and becomes Real from the person’s subjective point of view, hence why morality is different depending on different people, why there are people for and against wars, why people get passionate about Politics etc.

For Friedrich Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil.
“He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.”

Mike Leary, a Quora user, states that:
“The tormentor becomes the tormented.
People become what they love and hate, because their mind focuses on it.
The hall of mirrors folding in on itself. Madness”
(http://www.quora.com/What-did-Nietzsche-mean-when-he-said-if-you-stare-into-the-abyss-the-abyss-stares-back-at-you)

So you can see here that something that wasn’t necessarily a Truth (almost like a lie) is like a person not being object X because this person hates object X, actually becomes the object of their hatred because their mind focused on it e.g. a vigilante decides to take revenge on someone who wronged him but by doing so, he might become almost similar to that person who wronged him or worse. Recalling a past event with some of the Truth almost becomes a Lie because it no longer corresponds accurately to the Truth, the fact of the matter.

Compulsive liars who lie frequently, like Politicians, have gotten into the habit of lying that they can no longer distinguish Truth from Lie. So the Lie becomes a Truth in this case.

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