Maryam’s Keenly Observed Facts of Life (Part 63)

You can’t have a conversation with someone whose so completely clouded by their own prejudices and hang ups that they can’t see straight so that when you talk to them, all they see is their own perceptions coming out through your words and not really your actual words.

I understand that there’s no truth, just perception, but I also think its unfair to judge based solely on a bias you perceive someone to have, and its certainly not a way to continue what could become an enlightening conversation.

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