It's indeed complicated to understand and explain. When someone asks "Can you see the moon?" the answers "yes" and "no" both do not do justice with what is really is (suchness). The polarity of existence and non-existence is what supports the world. I resort to the Buddha's words in suttas like Kaccayanagotta Sutta
and Kalakarama sutta
"Whatever is seen or heard or sensed
and fastened onto as true by others,
One who is Such
— among the self-fettered —
wouldn't further claim to be true or even false.
"Having seen well in advance that arrow
where generations are fastened & hung
— 'I know, I see, that's just how it is!' —
there's nothing of the Tathagata fastened."