36. "RE: UF 25th Anniversary: Fulcrum V"
In response to message #34
>> Looking at it again, I can >>guess at how these virtues turn to flaws on my own, although I can't >>articulate what I see as the flaw of Truth. > >"... from a certain point of view."
Truth as an absolute is a flaw. If you assume there is an absolute Truth, then you lose the shades of grey that make up reality, and also lose a LOT in the way of flexibility. And what if your understanding of the Truth is flawed?
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