Do you have the "to see is to believe" theory?

May 10, 2009 11:33am CST
"To see is to believe". It's a very common anecdote. A jargon, perhaps. I wonder why this statement is very common. Is it because most people believe only what they eyes have seen? Would you believe something that do not meets the eye? I mean, if you cannot see something, then would you still consider it as truth?
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@dianmelydia (2272)
• Indonesia
10 May 09
I think you were talking about 'seeing is believing' right? Correct me if wrong. In my opinion, there's some things we must believe after we see them, some things we must believe eventhough we haven't see or never see them, and some things we shouldn't believe it because we never see it. Do you believe in God? Do you believe in Heaven? We believe in God, and there's Heaven. But no one had ever seen the God nor travelling to the Heaven and come back. In conclusion, we should believe no matter it's true or not if the things are good. Have a nice day and happy mylotting.
• Philippines
10 May 09
yes that's right. thanks for that. i also have the same opinion as yours.