This Piece is Partially False

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Whether a statement is true or false depends entirely on the narrative context it was given in.

Say, for example, I look out at my yard and say, “Those weeds are a real problem.”

A native plant specialist might counter by saying, “Actually, that statement is false. Those weeds…

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A fellow observer on the journey through life. Trying to cultivate a deeper way of being in the world.

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