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Why do some people tend to look for grey areas instead of just choosing either black or white?


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    Ashutosh Joshi (AshutoshJoshi06) 16 months ago

    Point taken. But I still feel that grey area logic may not necessarily fit in all situations. There will be enough situations where you either have to be right or wrong unless you conviniently choose to stay neutral.

    Hope I make sense :)


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    Ashutosh Joshi (AshutoshJoshi06) 16 months ago

    So essentially what you mean is grey areas are normal but black or white is either out of association or delusion?


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    Ashutosh Joshi (AshutoshJoshi06) 16 months ago

    Haha. Actually its quite an interesting read. It gives you quite a lot of perspectives. Again choosing the right one can be tricky affair.


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    Ashutosh Joshi (AshutoshJoshi06) 16 months ago

    True that, seems m changing perspective :)

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    Mackenzie Sage Wright (WiccanSage) 16 months ago

    moral norms were approved by people arguing over them and coming to agreements. Why should we not continue to examine, question and shift from them? Societies/cultures have never been static.