Facts are stubborn things
Possible interpretation: We cannot avoid the truth, even when it is not what we want to hear or express.Note: fact (noun): something that is undeniably true (snow is white; 2 + 2 = 4; the sun is hot) | stubborn (adj.): having determination not to change; difficult to move or remove
What does the saying "Facts are stubborn things" imply that we should do with facts?
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Contributor: Josef Essberger