If someone says you are wrong, how would you know they were right?
How about if you think others are wrong, how would they know you were right?
Would it be based on facts and proofs?
What if, it is based on your senses – on what you feel, what you hear, what you smell, or what you see?
What if they can’t see what you see; can’t hear what you can hear; can’t smell what you can smell; and can’t feel what you feel?
How would you tell them?
If you tell them, would they believe you?
How about if you can’t see what they see; can’t hear what they can hear; can’t smell what they can smell; and can’t feel what they feel?
How are they going to tell you?
Would you even believe them?
What is the point if everyone is different?
Everyone has different FEELINGS, different PERSPECTIVES, different bases of SENSES.
Who would be right?
Who would be wrong?
Who should believe who?
Who should understand when?
Some would say, “You should come to an agreement, an understanding.”
But who would compromise?
At what extent?
How long could it last?
Could WE make it last?