Ideas that may or may not be based on fact.
A personal view about some matter. Everyone has opinions, and this is not in itself wrong. (Compare 1Co 7:25.) But some persons have difficulty distinguishing their personal opinions from revealed truth. (1Ti 6:3-5) Once a brother unloaded his written heartfelt opinions about some matters that were troubling him on me. He asked if I thought he had expressed himself too strongly. I replied that perhaps he ought to put the title ``95 Theses'' across the top and nail his manifesto to the Kingdom Hall door.  The brother had some legitimate concerns and expressed them well. Sometimes the opportunity to speak one's mind to a trusted listener can be cathartic. (Compare Psa 4:4.)
Idea that may or may not be based on factual information, but more on how a person feels.
an interpretation of facts, and should always be protected, even when it's horribly offensive
a persons ideas and thoughts towards something
a person 's idea s and thoughts towards something
a silent continuous thought in the background of our mind that constantly deflects many of the waves emitting from us toward effects that are not fulfilling
a state of mind arrived at from everything seen and heard during the trial
a thought, not a fact
a THOUGHT, not an emotion
a very powerful idea, and one with greatness provided its not corrupted with biasness or prejudice
Opinion, unjustified in a logical sense, not yet tied down by way of reason (logos). In this regard, opinion may be true, but not presented in terms which make its claims stand as objective fact. For this reason, opinion is thought to be merely subjective, or private in its efficacy.