The one with interpretation

Every word we say, every action we take — others around us observe them.

Then interpreted for meaning.

But careful: How we communicate and understand the world is bigger than a pure transactional concept: “You give me fact A”, then I respond with any of a few possible options.

To be sure, when 2 guys talk, it may seem like they’re just swapping a few facts and…

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Writer, creative and web designer. Novelist in progress. Perpetually curious about life and living.

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