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What game are you playing?

I agree with you.

I agree with me.

I agree with the person who disagrees with you and me.

It’s all true. It’s all false. It’s all both. It’s all neither.

It’s all useful. It’s all meaningless. It’s all beautiful. It’s all offensive.

It’s all good. It’s all bad.

It’s all plausible. It’s all questionable.

It’s all seamlessly coherent. It’s all blatantly contradictory.

It’s all somewhere in between. It’s all none of the above.

It’s all an attempt to make sense out of that which transcends thoughts and words through the use of thoughts and words.

This applies to everything and it also applies to nothing.

It’s all a game of interpretation.

And you get to decide how you want to play.

Actually, that’s not true. Then, again, it is.

Well, in reality, it depends on your point of view.

At least that’s the way I see it (for now).

Cheers,

T.K. Coleman

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  1. Great reminder. Like Hermann Hesse wrote in Siddhartha, anything that can be expressed in words is already distorted. Words divide things into categories but: “Never is a man or a deed wholly Samsara or wholly Nirvana; never is a man wholly a saint or a sinner.” It pays not to get too attached to fixed viewpoints.

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