The Law Of Confusion

The¬†Law Of Confusion states that the free will of an individual/group must not be violated – that the ability for someone to determine their own fate must be upheld. Additionally, the ability for someone not to hear must also be upheld. In order to not violate the Law Of Confusion, it may be necessary to preserve a degree of interpretation, so as to not violate the listener’s ability¬†not to hear.