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“Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.” - Bertrand Russell
When two or more are gathered there will always be a difference of opinion.
This is a healthy and productive process that leads towards the growth of any relationship, business, or company.
However, the thoughts, feelings, and actions that occur after the difference of opinion determine the creation or disintegration of any future possibilities.
Agreeing to disagree is healthy.
In only becomes unhealthy, when either party engages the infamous amygdala with anger, distrust, apathy, and every other toxic entity.
It is becoming more and more apparent now that blowing off steam in the privacy of your own space is more beneficial than publishing blatant comments about anyone or anything online.
The consequences were always there however now authorities take them seriously.
Since the onset of the internet, individuals everywhere take their perceived plight online and begin their onslaught against their opponent.
In fact, no one knows who their attacker is as they camouflage themselves behind the veil of anonymity.
Bob Moawad said, “The best day of your life is the one on which you decide your life is your own. No apologies or excuses. No one to lean on, rely on or blame. The gift is yours - it is an amazing journey - and you alone are responsible for the quality of it. This is the day your life really begins.”
We really do live in interesting times. There are all types of rants out there based on hate or love.
Open platforms provide people all over the world with the opportunity to dialogue, share information, and images.
This is incredibly positive and amazing especially for so many people that are separated by distance.
However, history tells us that the Wild West ended in 1895.
Some individuals or groups purport themselves as judge and jury without regard for the rule of law and the outcome is disastrous for all concerned.
More evidence of this prevailing situation has now promoted serious legal consequences for the offenders.
Most of this could have been avoided and ultimately resolved.
Our physical eyes always trigger perception.
However perception without acute awareness and based solely on conjecture is not intelligent or sound.
Most people are actually fairly street-smart and could easily discern between doing what’s right from doing what’s wrong or unjust.
When we all can take full responsibility for all our thinking, all our feelings, and all our actions only then is the world ours.
These young ears within hearing distance pick up everything good, bad or indifferent.
The real question to ask is what legacy are we leaving them?
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