Different Perspectives

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Every issue can be presented from different point of views; maybe changing the events that occurred but the issue remains the same. Presenting different points of views may lead to different opinions and different decision making. Being exposed to different perspectives grants a person the freedom to build their own opinion having in your hand all the information available; however other people believe oppression and narrow-thinking is better than having a free mind. Every issue, every problem, every topic presents different point of views, different opinions, different ideas. Being exposed to all of these will give you the opportunity to rely on yourself, and challenge your mind to choose the best choice. The fact that you have a choice, and the decision is in your own hands, is a form of freedom, the freedom that everyone seeks in the world. Freedom is a civil right, an elementary constitution of the Republic. Article 18 of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights state that “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.”. The Freedom of thought starts at a young age and depends on the parenting style. A parent imposing their opinions and their ideas on their children is an abomination of their simple right. Their role should not exceed the role of the advisor of their child concerning matters that have multiple opinions and on which he should construct his own. Teaching different perspectives makes you look at the event while standing in the other person’s shoes. Learning about the other’s opinion might change yours, facts might appear to be wrong, and stories might win your empathy. “Perspective = Empathy” (Raghava KK, Shake Up Your Story, Ted Talk, 2011). An example given by Raghava, an Indian artist, is that of...
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