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There are Always (at Least) Three Sides to Every Story

Posted on: Jul 17, 2012 - 07:44 AM | General | Comments (0)
Author: Dru Babcock

1) Your side. 2) Their side. 3) And the truth.  How can two people both be right and yet in total disagreement? It’s a matter of perspective and timing.  Something to think about… What is truth? Do we get to decide? How do we know what’s really true when all we humans have is our narrow perceptions? Is there a perspective that knows the full truth?

This is where I think that it becomes important to understand the human condition of being morally judgmental. We do it all the time, whether we are conscious of it or not. How does it work? How do we know that we’re right? Where does moral authority come from? Do humans have the ability to delegate the truth?

Maybe it would serve us all if we could just be curious as often as possible. Have you ever been curious and judgmental at the same time? Have you ever been curious and angry at the same time? What would you get if you could be in a state of curiosity (like a child) all the time? It gets me breakthroughs and good feelings. And stress goes away. Its kind of amazing! 

 

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