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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    Well obviously those words are not hard to understand. They must be understood within a specific context, not as isolated words.
    The context is people and their thoughts and behaviors and words and how they all blend together. If you understand how abstract, broad, theoretical applies to this (and you believe that you definitely apply), why not the opposite? If you understand love, you understand hate. Understand good, you have to know about bad... etc.
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