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Excerpt from "Expedition of the Psyche: Dimaond Edition"
"Many times we get into heated arguments with others because they have a different perspective or view point on life. Thinking that if we don't change their mind on the way they live their life, will make our way of living somehow worse. So we try to convince others that they are wrong and we are right. Our way of life is the right way and theirs is not.We learn to fear ideologies that differ from our own through years of brainwashing by the media and society. But, through diversity, we are able to merge different ideas and see the contrast between the two. This will allow the idea to experience difficulties, and attempt to survive. Through the battle that it endures, overcoming obstacles and stumbling across holes that weren't thought about before will lead it to refinement. This is the basis of the scientific principle. Get the idea out to get reviewed by anyone and everyone and have them try to poke holes from any direction they can. If they succeed, back to the drawing board, if not, the idea is something special. Imagine the disarray if we all got attached to the very first thought that came to our minds.The contrast that we receive from differing viewpoints allows us to see a bigger picture, a whole image of what life can truly be. We are all little universes full of our own thoughts, our own ideas, our own beliefs, own fantasies, heartaches, achievements, and stories of every little tiny bit of self that makes us up. Every experience and belief that we have makes up the whole that is us. By sharing that with someone else, we reach the ability to see the world twice as big. We see what other experiences might feel like and develop our own experiences through it. Within diversity, we find little miracles in differences of opinion, helping us become the person we want to become. Interactions with new people that have a different worldview lead us to see what they believe, what shapes their motives and their desires, without letting go of our own. In essence, entertaining the idea of how life would be if we were them, keeping what serves us, and leaving what we didn’t need. That way we end up cherishing our fellow brothers and sisters for the mere fact that they exist because they become that which allows us to inch closer to our ultimate self.Be free to be who we are, but don't take away the right of another to have that same freedom, and together we will grow."