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  • Author imageStephan Lendi

Everyone understands what they want

The art of understanding is as complex as an ice cream menu in a crowded ice cream parlor. Everyone takes what they like, and communication is no different. Welcome to a course of misunderstandings, a circus of interpretations, a labyrinth in which everyone draws their own map.


In the world of "everyone understands what they want", every conversation is like dancing on a tightrope without a net. One person says A, the other hears Z, and somewhere in the middle dances a daring B. No problem, because after all, everyone understands what they want - don't they?


Here we are, masters of communication acrobatics, balancing on the fine line of interpretation. The art lies in juggling words, bending sentences and stretching meanings until they fit into our own world view. Who needs clear messages when we have our own versions?


And if things get dicey, we pull the trump card of "I understood differently" out of our sleeve. This is the lifesaver, the joker that saves us from the dangerous edge of real understanding. After all, why should we venture into the vastness of real understanding when the world is so much more colorful when we look at it through our personal glasses?


"Everyone understands what they want" is not just a saying, but a way of life. It is the beginning of every misunderstanding, the gateway to the trials and tribulations of human communication. After all, we are all architects of our own reality, where words are flexible building blocks that can be reshaped at will.

In this world of "everyone understands what they want", we just need to make sure that we don't fall off the high wire of communication. Because at the end of the day, it's not what was actually said that matters, but what each individual wants to have heard. It's a veritable circus of understanding - ring free for the great performance of interpretation!"


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