Today I heard three versions of the same story. They were all true-but very different.
I've never liked Rubic's Cube. It frustrates me. You get two or three sides matched up, turn the cube and--voila! A chaos of mixed colors.
My blocks, like my ducks, should be in a row.
There's something to be said for the way one simple turn can change everything. What is mass chaos one minute can be ordered nine-block-yellow the next. Just one block needs to move.
Three versions of the same story all true. Sometimes one turn is all that's needed.
A step back or off to the side. A little higher or lower and things look different.
Truth stays unaltered.
What we do with it comes from where we stand.