Here are some words I was particularly inspired by this week. By sharing them, maybe they will inspire you, too.
Truth is elusive.
Truth avoids institutional control.
Truth tugs at conventional syntax.
Truth hovers at the edge of the visual field.
Truth is relational.
Truth lives in the library and on the subway.
Truth is not two-sided; it's many sided.
Truth burrows in the body.
Truth comes on little cat's feet, and down back alleys.
Truth doesn't always test well.
Truth invites you back for another look.
from Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies by Marilyn McEntyre
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