How do you look at life?
Do you see a solution in every challenge or a problem in every circumstance?
Are you hopeful? Do you always see the glass half-full? Or are you seeing it half-empty?
Are you sad because there are thorns in the roses or are you rejoicing because roses have thorns?
The questions above may not have a direct relation to my post below but whatever answers, yours and mine, to these questions are just to prove people have different perspective in life.
Each have their own way of seeing every circumstances, of percieving every single things, of regarding situations and topics. The appearance of things to one person is not the same appearance as viewed by another. All of these affects our judgment.
It is not evitable having few heated arguments arising from every topic - with sense or senseless. People are prone to be subjective in judgment.
Subjective judgment. Rearranging prejudices based on the individual's emotional view and preconceived ideas.
I don't usually give my two-cents and I don't usually contest my side of the argument but when I do, it's done impulsively. People tend to blurt and I'm one of those, the worst sometimes, it is in a wrong tone. And when I do, I could just mumble to myself, "Oh girl I wish you'd just shut up!"
But whatever I think is my standing. I could not force someone to believe in what I believe just as someone could not force me to do the same. However, I always have a space in my mind for the consideration, weighing the pros and cons of someone's argument.
This is my rule of thumb: Think before you say it. But when you do say it and it's too late to hold back the words, think again before you get yourself fuming over the retaliations you've received.
This applies to me and I'm getting myself working on it. And I think this applies to everyone too.