Does this phrase mean what I think it means?

Reply Sat 4 May, 2013 11:57 am
If I tell someone, "Ignore everything--everything could be anything." am I saying that they should ignore anything whether it be single things or multiple things?

Like if an action happens around them they could ignore it, but if multiple actions happen around them, they can't say, "Oh well you said ignore anything--meaning one thing individually. But I pay attention to those things because they were MULTIPLE things at once!!!"
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Reply Sat 4 May, 2013 01:34 pm
Try not to over-think the matter. Everything means every thing.
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Reply Sun 5 May, 2013 11:34 am
At first glance 7, I'd say yes

But it might help to know the circumstances
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