This is a nice sketch of a frog, don't you think? Wait a minute, you might say, what frog? You might have seen a horse instead.
This is exactly the same sketch, just seen from different angles. Isn't this so reflective of life? Sometimes, we do not see what the other person sees. Simple moral of the story here: We have to respect each other's opinion. We just need to wait and listen actively to and understand others' point of view. (Try telling that to world leaders.)
I cannot agree more! Especially when things are twisted slightly as well, to suit the story!ReplyDelete
Eh? I'm afraid I'm lost on the second part of your comment. Care to elaborate?ReplyDelete
I always believe the difference in opinions between two people is directly proportional to the degree of friendliness/closeness between them...so for a newly married couple, for example, there's negligible difference in their opinions...but in later years, the same two people appear to disagree on everything, to the point of being irreconcilable.ReplyDelete
Joe, great observation but really sad that older folks should fall apart in their twilight years. I should think, it should be on the contrary, them having gone through the ups and downs of life together.ReplyDelete