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      Actual means what is true.

      Real means what we think is true.

      Now if someone says, but you can never know the actual, well then
THE FACT THAT HE SAYS THAT is actual, he is actually saying it.  Of
course it may only be his reality that he is saying, that he can never
know the actual.

      Others may think they know the actual when in fact they only know
what is real to them, delusion about illusion usually.

      Delusion is thinking an illusion not to be an illusion.

      When something is real to a person, that fact that something is
real to him is an actuality.

      WHAT is real to them isn't necessarily actual, but the fact that it
is real to them IS actual.

      The concsious unit is actual whether the being is certain of his
own existence or not (not = mind broke).

      Do not confuse actual and real, that will lead to more mind broke
than you may already be in.

      If you haven't spotted the actual, the perfectly certain, then
continue spotting until you do, it is important.

      If you are perfectly certain you can't be perfectly certain of
anything, then you are mind broke.

      The person who claims that perfect certainties are an illusion,
could never prove with perfect certainty they are :)

      Thus there is always the possibility that some perfect certainty
exists somewhere or another.

      The question is how to find them, and how to know when you have.

      If you are certain you are uncertain, then that's a perfect
certainty.  There are others to be found.

     If you are uncertain that you are uncertain of something, well
that is mind broke.


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