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Do you see the world in black and white or colour?


Sometimes there is just right and wrong,in other words black and white but putting things in perspective requires a more lenient or colourful view or we become frustrated between the difference between the ideal we are striving for and reality

 

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    Kate McBride (Kate Mc Bride) 21 months ago

    Cheers dashingscorpio for your instinct and wisdom. This answer is good enough for me to select as best answer without further ado. Will read it again tomorrow. Cheers


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    Kate McBride (Kate Mc Bride) 21 months ago

    Right and wrong correspond to black and white. Considering grey areas only muddies the water. There are circumstances where one has to make choices to be able to live with oneself based on the tenets of right and wrong


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    Kate McBride (Kate Mc Bride) 21 months ago

    Exactly. In some circumstances a firm focus on black and white works but there are colours as well as grey. Thanks for your answer.

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    Kate McBride (Kate Mc Bride) 21 months ago

    Thank you for such a balanced answer. You cover the bases well in terms of the basics of black and white and how we compensate with colour/color to accept unacceptable behaviour

    Will wait and see but this looks like a best answer to me.


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