The map conundrum

Here is a conundrum: To create a map of the territory you have to see some of the territory to draw the map.

Exploring the territory allows you to make a map of it. The one feeds the other. The map cannot exist without what it represents.

But the map is not the territory.
Never can you put enough detail on a map to fully represent, what you want it to represent.

We exist with incomplete information, exploring and updating as much as we can.

This is life.

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