There's a rule in the third dimension that people either understand what they say from their mouths, or they are not fully conscious.
There is also a small percentage who are genuinely confused, and this is often expressed as an understanding of confusion.
Otherwise, when the confusion is not expressed, the confusion which is still there comes out of a lack of wisdom, or sometimes a reliance on rote knowledge.
Category: Platitudes, Ancient Knowledge, Forgotten Knowledge
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