We need all the opposing, differing details for a full picture!
Question from the Internet:
“Is the world in which nobody offends anybody the ideal one? If yes, why is it not in such a way? If no, what’s the ideal world?”
A sterile world where nobody offends anybody, where there are no disagreements, opposing opinions, fights is a dead world. Unfortunately, our present “politically correct” development is pointing at such a dead, “zombified” world, where opposing opinions are suppressed, erased, where “offending” people, present or past are removed from the streets, from films, from history books as if they did not exist.
We are oppressing free speech and everybody is gearing up to annihilate anybody who dares to challenge, questions their opinions.
This is a very childish, self-destructive way of looking at the world!
When we look at Nature, we see how complete opposites complement each other without annihilating one another. We also do not understand that is specifically our opposites that give a justification, right for our own existence. If I can’t look at myself from an opposing, external viewpoint, I can’t even understand myself. And it is the same for our perception of reality.
By default we all have a singular “tunnel vision”, seeing everything only from an inherently egocentric, subjective viewpoint. Only when we learn how to accept and use the viewpoint of others — even when they differ from our own — can we gain a truer, more objective picture.
Thus we need to completely change our present direction. We need to embrace our diversity, the myriads of differing, opposing opinions, and use them to gain a complete picture of reality. We need all qualities, characteristics, even the seemingly worst ones. If we did not have historic experience with mass murderers, dictators failed, oppressive systems we would not know what other directions to search for, use.
As sweet can be discerned only against bitter, truly good can be discerned only against truly bad and both have the right to exist for the complete picture. Our Human purpose in Natural reality, is not to be bogged down in tiny details, but to acquire the full, perfect, objective picture by assembling al,l the available details and examining them through multiple viewpoints!
Of course, this requires a unique, “round”, practical method that can allow us to assemble all the differing opinions around a single actual or virtual “round table”, and then mingle, accept each other’s viewpoint in a way that we do not suppress, erase anything but we build a unique, completely new composite viewpoint, opinion, solution above all the individual viewpoints. We can use specific, mutually accepted goals, purpose to help us rise above what separates us and to focus on what connects us together.
This new composite view will contain parts from all individual ones but will be a qualitatively much higher, much deeper viewpoint, opinion no individual could have ever achieved.