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What was

March 9, 2016

It is easy to mistake narratives we created to fill unknown details as lies, falsehood. On the contrary it’s the best we could afford at the time, before the whole story would emerge, while in the waiting room, before the truth could be fished out/understood/available. That’s probably because we don’t relate to life in stray, disconnected, loose pieces of information but as one complete whole. And the transition to the fuller truth (once it emerges) although immediate, does not mean we may fully recollect or understand those patches where we had to make do with only part of the story, or the causes or effects born of that view of things at the time.

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