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Somewhere between two viewpoints lies the Truth or a solution

Somewhere between two viewpoints lies the Truth or a solution 

The reality and truth you see starts out with an illusion: That we can all perceive it the same way. Just take your mirror image. The one on the left is how YOU see ME. The one on the left is how I see MYSELF. Pay attention to the facial features. How I see myself is not at all what you see when you look at me. Do you also know people that stress out about their outward appearance? They are coifing up someone that only they can see that particular way.

My point is that between the reality you see and the one I see there is a difference in perception. The mirror image example was relatively simple, but just think of so many other topics where we will most likely never be able to come to an agreement about what the ultimate truth is. Between two viewpoints there is what I call the delta point; it lies somewhere between the two. It can almost never be the same just the same as our life journeys are unique to us. Committing to finding this common ground is what the two opposing parties need to be able to do. Agree to disagree and if you cannot do that think about the mirror view example and let it be. Share this example and perhaps this can be another great day where ignorance can be overcome.

Ralf

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