Happy Friday to you all. I hope you have a great weekend ahead. Today, I am going to share the ways in which we should respect everyone around us. Each and every one of us have our own individual beliefs, so I believe it is important not to inflict our views on others and say that they are “right”.
What Do You Believe In?
Many of us do not agree with the opinions of others, and that is okay. Of course, we live in a society where we have the right to free speech. However, I think we should know for ourselves what we wish to believe in. I am not specifically talking about religion here. This could be a belief in anything which you deem important in your own life.
Topically, politics spark many arguments. In my opinion, discussing politics with people is good, it helps you gain a wider understanding and then make your own choices. But, do not tell others that they are wrong. Just listen, ask questions if you wish and that is all you have to do.
Maybe ask yourself what it is you believe in. A lot of us do not even know if we have certain specific religious or spiritual beliefs. The only way you can decide whether you do or not is to spend time learning about different ideologies and then forming your on conclusion on if you want to follow them.
“Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.” – J.F. Kennedy
Respect The Opinions of Others
My main point in this post is that we should be understanding of the beliefs of our friends and families, and even people we don’t know. At the end of the day, there are so many different ideas, so whether it be religion, spirituality or politics, we are all going to have our own views.
I am not going to personally express on here what I believe in and follow in my own life. I think my stance on the subject is quite clear anyway, through the subjects I cover on my website.
Stand up for what you believe in, so when you are asked the question you can express your point of view confidently. Just remember there will be disagreements, so value the opinions you receive in return also. This will ultimately bring us all peace.