'Are we all wrong?'
'We're all partly right, but we can only see it through our window and interpret it from the info we've got.'
'Bingo! That's how we always see the world. In Hinduism, there’s a term for all this. It’s called maya, and that can be translated as illusion. Hinduism says that a characteristic of existence is maya. Sometimes people have said that if the world is maya, or illusion, then it doesn’t really exist, and you have to look elsewhere for reality. But of course it exists. Confronting maya is an awareness that human understanding is partial, or relative - that maya is an integral part of reality, not the opposite of it.’