A sort of fortunate fail

« It is possible to think of language as the most versatile, and maybe the original, form of deception, a sort of fortunate fail; I lie and am lied to, but the result of my lie is mental leaps, memory, knowledge… I become human, and increasingly more human, because the acrobatic gift of my lie tears into a truth of another sort. »
— Paul Zweig

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