“I don’t know what to tell you.”
Is that the truth?
Often times when we say, “I don’t know what to tell you”, it means we are done talking about it, whatever it is.
Maybe it is a simple attempt at being sarcastic.
Perhaps it is true and we’ve been stumped, and honestly do not know what to say.
Usually though, we have plenty more to say about it, whatever it is.
Our response will depend on what our current perceptions are, which are used to generate our present “truth”.
Over time, this truth may shift, morphing into something that doesn’t even resemble the original truth.
As our bodies change from year to year, aging and become something different, so does our truth.
Just like a river will shift course should there be a log jam, experience will always cause the neural pathways to find new avenues of travel.
New ideas form, new relationships kindle, dwelling situations may shift or geographical location changes occur … all these add to perceptions, which form our current truths.
Conceivably, Opinions might be fluid, while not all Truths change.
Do you suppose both are flowing in time?