No one can be right about everything
And this will make everyone angry about anything
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It seems to me the main cause of trouble in the world is the nearly universal tendency of everyone to not see the point of view of whomever it is you’ve chosen to argue with, causing the fight you would have just as soon avoided.
Much of the time, this is why wars start. And I must stipulate at the top that there actually is a right and a wrong to every question. It’s just that the correct answer most often depends on where you sit. “Whose ox is being gored” is a familiar way of describing this dilemma.
A simple question recently brought this home to me. A friend with whom I seldom disagree about anything suddenly caused me to question my own judgment, at least initially. I had been pontificating vehemently about the behavior of Israeli Jews slaughtering Palestinian babies in Gaza. I was doing the boohoo thing, unsuspecting of the curve ball I was about to be thrown.