Beloved one, I want to talk to you about perspectives. When you are on stage, there are, even there, perspectives — what is happening to your right, to your left, behind you, and right in front of you. You are in a most wonderful, wondrous drama, and you know when you are there, because there is a visceral feeling that you are very excited about. You get in there and say, “This is the only viewpoint that there is,” but your friend comes up to you and says, “Well, you know, ‘this and this and this’; therefore, my truth is the only truth.”
But that’s not true. There are many truths. There is only one Truth with a capital T, and that is the fact that you are very creative. You play your part, you take your bow, you exit the stage for half a second and come running back on again, because you enjoy even the fearful times. You enjoy being the actor/actress and the certain rush that you get. It is why you go up to one and say, “I don’t see how you can have that viewpoint about something.” There’s a whole story that comes out, and you say, “Well, that could be true.”
Then you say, “Oh, that’s just a conspiracy theory. That’s not really true.” The one who believes in it says, “But it is true. I know it’s true,” and you get to spar back and forth for the fun of it. Remember that part: for the fun of it.