The FlipPosted: May 31, 2017
There is a funny thing that happens, when you find out that everything you have ever known is a lie.
I’ve watched friends go through this when they found out they were adopted, or that their parents really weren’t their parents (well, okay, usually the father) or that their parents weren’t the people they thought they were (by which I mean, say, discovering that one of their parents had a criminal record, or even that their parents had never actually got married.)
I’ve never had a revelation of that magnitude, or that personal. I’ve had a lot of small ones over the times, as I discovered that things like teachers’ interpretation of history were not “true.” They were usually just someone’s interpretation, filtered through what was fashionable at the time: and given the time I was in school, that was usually Marxism.
Of when I started correlating things in my…
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