Good afternoon ladies and gentleman,
After previous indiscretions and general mistakes, it does lead to the development of an interesting topic. The way things occur in this world, the events that happen once in a lifetime to the things that happen everyday, we all think about it, and have a set of beliefs related to that idea or event. Whether we feel like the event is something good for the world, or a terrible event in the world, a dark ink blot in the story of human society. The point is, we all think about it, and these opinions aren’t necessarily going to be the same as everybody else’s.
Which is of course wonderful, makes us individual and makes up the backbone of who we are, leading potentially to who we want to be. However, there is, in today’s modern society, an issue. When among friends, peers or just generally among a group of people, our opinions seem to become blurred. When talking or debating about a subject in which you have an opinion, if we get the sense the people we are with don’t agree with those beliefs we have, we will talk about all of the other potential arguments and angles behind the subject, doing everything we can not to mention what we believe.
Why are we so scared? Why does it worry us telling people about our opinions, as if they might take offence to something you believe and will respect you less or see you as less of a person for simply voicing your opinion? You are a free thinking individual, as are they, so why does it bother us? Everybody has an opinion on something, we should have the ability to speak about it? Is it because we need to be universally liked? Is it because we are worried about being pushed out of our social circle?
What do you think? How do we live in such a way that opinions becomes distinctly less relevant?
Definitely an interesting subject.
Until next time. DR
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