Once We Know, We Cannot Not Know

Once we know, we cannot not know.
When we know, we recognise an exaggeration or untruth.

The Age of Strife is the result of exaggerations
that cause conflict and confusion, and divide people.

If there is an exaggeration,
there must be an instigator
(even though we may not know who that is).

Just because we don’t know exactly how something became broken
doesn’t mean we give up,
because karma will then take over.

The clarity of consciousness ensures that we merely note,
rather than relying on karmic responses.

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