I see you have clicked 'next.' I knew you would. Curiosity always gets the better of people.

In life, people have this mysterious urge that makes them want to know everything. As if it was important to know more than the person besides you or someone you will only be in class with for a year and never see them again. It's a feeling of accomplishment and pride people always search for. As you keep reading this, your sanity will slowly drop until you will go around under the impression of being a mad man.

This was your choice and yes, you still have a chance to turn back and forget.

Brave of you that you didn't. This is the truth. The truth is hurtful. There will be no sugar coating, no lies, just straight out truth. Well, only if that existed.

What is 'truth' exactly?

You always hear people say, "Tell the truth," or," I want to hear the truth." But is that statement true? When you hear someone say," I want to hear the truth," wouldn't that be a lie? What people really want to hear are words that make them feel better about themselves, so if the truth hurts, they would actually want to hear a lie to make themselves feel good rather than the actual truth that they've asked for. What makes the truth true? Is it true that if more people believe one thing more than the other, the one with more people will be correct? Is there really a difference between the truth and a lie?

If the majority of people believe that one thing seems to be correct, they will label that statement as true. So if one person tells a lie and the majority of people believe in the lie, wouldn't the lie be true? There is no such thing as truth.

What is 'right' and what is 'wrong' exactly? What differentiates the two?

Right and wrong is just like the truth and a lie, based on the opinions of the majority. If you do something that is unacceptable to society, it is labeled as the wrong thing to do. If you do something acceptable to others, it's the right thing to do. There is no base for determining what is right and what is wrong. It only depends on what people believe; meaning, there is no real right and wrong.

If you can see the pattern of this passage you will found out that everything is based on popularity. What's right, what's wrong, what's true, what's false. It always was dependent on the popular opinion of the majority. It also goes with what is good and what is bad. If everything is based on popularity, there really is nothing. So if you wanted to find out the whole truth of the world, there is none. There is no such thing as truth, so there is no truth of the world. The answer to all questions is that there has never been an answer.

You can have answer to math problems, answers to how plants grow, answers about everything, but remember, in the beginning there wasn't a name for everything. Names are just things created by the majority and so were everything else in the world. Things are right based on what most people think, so again, there is no right answer.

It's too late to go back now. As I have mentioned before, reading this comes with a price, your sanity.

Well, by definition sanity is the ability to think and behave in a normal and rational manner, but then again, is there such thing as normal?

The definition of insanity was searched on Google. Thanks for reading this. Tell me if your brain hurts in the reviews or if you just thought that this passage was stupid.