#92: Multifaceted Truth
a counterargument to any argument, an alternative to any choice
Anything I say that isn’t a basic fact, and most things aren’t, can be argued against. “You need to do this or that, be this or that” is a coercive lie by people who know the one way they’ve been blessed to discover.
A fool confidently thinks that option A is better than B because he doesn’t know any other way. Yet, there is a counterargument to any argument, an alternative to any choice. The opinions and life scenarios I know are from the people I have happened to meet, but there are way more out there.
Once I see the multitude of options, I will be able to choose a route of action that’s best suited for me. This complexity won’t be paralyzing but rather liberating from the prison of limited options. So I ask myself: