A Line in the Sand

When a concept is shared with others, there are a number of decisions that have been made in regards to the communication of this concept. Certain pieces of information are chosen to establish ideas because of the value this element possesses to the communicator and their audience. Other pieces of information hold little to no value and are ignored. The act of communication is an attempt to create a path for the audience, a path that leads to the truth(s) this person or group has created or subscribes to.

So what happens to information that is of little to no value to the communicator and how is this value distinction made? After all, the good is not relative, the creation and establishment of the good is relative.

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