• mike35584

Interpretation

We disagree on interpretation of translations. I don't think what you say is incorrect, it's just that the words you use to describe them don't mean what you've been taught they mean.


You're using words to describe something which was once described to you, and the words were correct then, but they've been changed to mean something else today.


You continue to use them in sentences as though they're the same, but they've been changed, manipulated to mean something different.


~Zendigity

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