Our challenge, in a universe of digital perspectives, is not a quantity of sources, but allowing both sides their day in court.
The uncomfortable reality is that oftentimes when we open our mouth, people are worse off than if we had said nothing
Real life, especially your closest relationships, are messy, rapid-fire, and reactionary.
A wicked person doesn’t set out to be a tornado of obtuseness. On the contrary, they believe they serve as universal benefactors, dropping pearls of wisdom on whoever is fortunate enough to pass by their cloud of blessing.
By tethering absolute truth to the foresail of consensus, we have not thereby matured beyond the chaos of relativism. Rather, we are resigning ourselves to perpetual uncertainty – a life driven and tossed by the wind.
The real issue is that people are mean, and they say mean things, and that hurts.
A fool is always right in his own eyes. He is not interested in learning something new. He is not interested in being challenged. He is not interested in growing. Why should he be? He has already arrived.