robschwenck - This whole conversation started over a comment that I made regarding his opinion of the movie "When Harry Met Sally" in which I had said that we would have to agree to disagree. The quote that I included in the original question was his response to my comment:
"I have always believed that perspectives, much like feelings and opinions, are the personal intellectual property of the individual, which makes them above the censorship of judgement. They are therefore, neither good or bad, neither right, nor wrong, they just are what they are. Without these neutral muses there would be no free thought, and without free thought, there would be no room for difference in our lives. Think of it this way....Two people from two different parts of the world, two different soci-economic backgrounds, two different genders, and therefor having two very diffent sets of life experience, stand together in front of the same painting; Do they see the same thing? Most likely not, because what they see is subject to their own interpretation, and that interpretation is subject to their own perspective, which means that no matter how similar something might be to something else, there will always be difference in how it is seen or interpretated by the individual. Which means, in my opinion, that even in their "sameness" they inspire and create difference....Again, just my perspective"
Hope this helps to clarify things.