What It Is

What something means is based on interpretation, not the truth. Meaning is always derived from context. Based on the perceived context, meaning can change and therefore is not based on truth. What something ‘is’ can be defined, yet what it ‘means’ cannot. The worst mistake is to confuse meaning with facts of being. When we try to decipher meaning we often get lost and use our own biases to create false narratives. Instead of worrying about what something means, we will all be happier and more at peace when we just focus on what ‘is’.