take a look at the story of prophet moses pbuh and his meeting with a man under guidance, its in the quran.
it pretty much turns everything you thought you knew about morality upside down on its head.
...at least it did for me.
Hmm, that may be for one who needs to improve their morals. You may not have asked yourself if the person you're giving advice has recited that story many times. Do you suspect someone here doesn't have good morals? My strictness of avoiding anything bad or irritable/wasteful is extreme. Coupled with respect for real muslims and all sincere reasonable strangers to Islam.
The topic is about understanding the truth/reality behind factual myths/claims, not morals, the article assumes that the reader has at least decent morals and is meant only to give hope to someone who may have a broken heart because people convinced them that something happened for other than what the true reality behind it is, a reality that is beyond what ones perception shows.
So now Berries theory would work too, except they aren't properly utilizing it, and instead, irresponsibly. Because they are making out reality to be anything one wants to only because it's theoretically possible and then trying to make a point, as if that idea takes more than 2nd grade brains to come to.
In a situation where a blind man doesn't know what color something it is, he just doesn't know until he recognizes it to be a certain color. Insignificant things such as what an object really is, is simply what you see it to be, it doesn't even matter what it may be outside of this reality because we are inside of this reality. But there may be a case of delusions, painful projections, situations in which something heartbreaking occurs, the reality of these kind of incidents are worthy and appropriate to investigate and maybe by Almighty God's grace come to find that the truth is not what it was made out to be.
If a seeing man sees a picture of their friend sitting with a very well known figure, it may be fake but look 100% real, and now to dwell deeper into this, even if people saw them with that person, what they saw may not have been what it seemed to be. But this would be unimportant, no one would care about it nor is it in this specific example appropriate for someone to go on examining the reality of anothers personal ties.
Berries replies are mostly answered by the same quote she is arguing against. The above is a sum of what was worth working with. It is nice that people have different outlooks, but it is not nice to suspect, criticize, and determine what someone is like or what they need to know until bringing up the reason.
Peace, thanks for reading. Much love.