True or Untrue

The idea of the conditions of this article, in being explained through the lack of technology, and in using that lack of technology, and through that lack of technology, block, and using that lack of technology, open, to uncover the ideal conditions in which we use our language, a language reserved for confusion, confusion and disintegration, disintegration and erosion, erosion and entropy, entropy and null. Fractions of the whole multiply an individual. An individual fractures into fractions of the whole. An individual is not individual. An individual is null. The human life is endlessly divisible. Movement, sensitivity and duration are divisible. Cognizance and remembrance are unstable. True or untrue? Supposing all things are one, a singular thought can move in a straight line amid distraction. Supposing all things are one, here is a singular thought, in the midst of everything, in the midst of all our thinking, almost nothing. Do all possibilities exist in it? It is only a word. What you perceive that to be, it is. Or, it is everything but what it is to you, everything but what you think, but still a thought, everything but not the thing, not true. It is you, not true. It is you, not true. You, not true. Now to the ending or the beginning of things, to the true or untrue. Ideas, in being explained, express the conditions in which we explain, in which we lie, in which we stabilize and fight off nothingness, using language, explaining, confessing a lack of things to confess, and through this lack of explanation, explaining the truth. The language can lie, and you lie with it. The language can lie, and you lie with it. The language can lie, and you lie with it.

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