The Hsi-Westbrook Theory of Wrongness (Proposed)

No one is correct, but everyone is correct. Everyone is entitled to believe in a certain thing or a way of life. However, since nothing can be known in an absolute sense it is essential that we acknowledge that no one is capable of achieving the ‘true answer,’ but we can certainly seek personal truths.

(First Draft! Please add your thoughts!)

Addendum: Even though you are wrong about everything you ever thought about existence, it still looks pretty fucking cool so you shouldn’t worry about the fact that you have no fucking clue what it actually is.

The picture \/\/\/\/ doesn’t quite capture what I mean but elaborates a bit.

fractal_wrongness

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