I am nowhere near smart enough to attempt to figure that one out. Instead I would like to point out that both my shoes and my skirt are fabulous today and I paired them with a black T-shirt. Random thoughts from a shallow mind.
Is it just as important to know that wherever you go, there you are?
Everything is false, for a given meaning of falseNothing is false, for a given meaning of falseI suppose we must understand the meaning.
I've been stuggling with this one for a good two days now, Kim. And I give up! I'm too superficial to understand!Part of me wants to blame this on my shoulder, which has been so bad that I finally had to give in and have a steroid injection. I would like to think that that's temporarily eaten up some of my smarts. But no -- I probably couldn't have gotten this even if I'd had plenty of sleep and no injection.Enlighten me and put me out of my misery.
Both! Wait...no, NEITHER!Oh, crap, I messed it up again.
A) Everything is true, for a given meaning of truthA) Nothing is true, for a given meaning of truthTake your pick.I'll pick (A)
Ah well, this clearly isn't going to be one of those posts that gains 40 comments. I'll have to stick up a cute video of the kids or something.One of the things about this post is that I can, with great ease, argue for either of these statements. It's all in the definitions and narratives.I'm afraid it's not a puzzle, like the sphynx's riddle.In fact, at the point I first realised the truth of both of these statements, it was more a deep cry from the heart at the senselessness of the universe.But it can also be used in one of those Buddhist-style meditation things, if you are so inclined
it's one of those yes moments...(and now i'll go and think)
Um, do I really have to choose?Sounds like a false dilemma to me.
If you can choose one, you can choose anything in between
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