The other word for interpretation is “conflation”. We think we understand what we think we understand. But every time we attempt to understand what we think we understand, we get confused with what we think we understand.
We can actually go so far as to say that we don’t think we understand what we think we understand. We don’t understand the meaning of words, because we don’t understand their use. We don’t understand the meaning of the world, because we don’t understand the way it works around us.
The main reason we get confused is because we don’t understand what we think we know. It’s important to understand the world in its entirety, and that’s what we’ve learned on the internet. When we’re not doing the hard work, we can’t understand what we’re supposed to understand.
The internet is the ultimate place for us to explore the world. We can spend weeks, months, years exploring a subject and not really understanding a thing that we can understand the world. We have to be willing to let go of the preconceived notions we have about what we think we know about something, and look at it as a whole. If we dont, then we can never fully understand it, and that means that theres no way that we will ever get it.
It’s also clear that a lot of us struggle to understand our beliefs or our morals in the process.
You can understand your own beliefs or morals, if you will, once you understand what you are. This is a common thing in life. We can’t get it right the first time. We can get it right from the beginning, but then in the process we forget what we were trying to make clear at the beginning.
This is exactly how a lot of people feel about religion or sexuality. They can understand it in the beginning, but then in the process they go about understanding it in a very complicated way that makes it even more confusing than it was the first time.
You could argue that this is similar to religion. A lot of people feel that they have to be a certain way, or at least something specific, to be accepted by their religion. This is the same thing. However, that has nothing to do with what the religion is, but rather what the religion represents. The two are different things, but both are what they are because the people who understand them are different.
That’s what the “I have no idea what I’m saying” people tend to do when they have trouble interpreting what their own beliefs are. They’ll ask, “But what do you mean? That’s just what I’ve told your leaders, right?” or “I’m not religious, what do you mean by this?” This is a good thing because the people who understand the meaning behind it, know what they’re talking about.
If you’re looking at a movie for example the villain in “Fools’ Town” (or the gangster in “The Shining” or some similar film) does a really good job, and then you notice your movie’s plot is a lot more complicated than you might think.