Each person has his own set of beliefs to which his personal philosophy will work on. Some may agree while others contradict it. But while that is a given in this crazy world you just have to respect a person for what he believes in even if it may seem awkward and weird. In short, it is not about determining if it is right or wrong. It is about holding true to your word on what you believe in and caring less on logical definitions since in most cases, the real reason would lie on the fact that they have personal supporting facts to go by it.
One fact here is experience. While we all know the standard philosophies that we read and are advised of, it remains that there will always be loopholes that may differ our overall understanding. Among them include rare instances where one’s philosophy is entirely different from another. This has been proven. Like for example in business, it does not always follow that constant advertising will reap you attention. You have to look further at the crowd you are showing the ad to. If they don’t respond then you have just thrown out millions of dollars.
In personal instances, being around and showing a person how much you care for them cannot always be appreciated. In fact, it has been proven that the only time a person is appreciated is when they are gone. Late as it may be, but that is reality we all experience.
Personal philosophies differ each day. It is just a matter of respecting them for their own separate reasons for believing in them that way.
Originally posted on August 20, 2008 @ 10:23 am