Everyone has a different point of view on all thought within this world. We see spirituality, politics, social issues, and all other aspects of our lives differently. Which one of us can say to another: ‘your idea is wrong’. What makes our point of view, ‘our’ point of view? Is it how we grew up? Is it our experiences and or our circumstances? Do we get our ideals from deep thought? Some people have a point of view they grew up with…their grandparents had one particular view, and their parents had that same view so, the child now has this view and sees no reason to change. I won’t say that, that person with a heritage of ideals ingrained in them is wrong. Some of us question everything. We have no ‘set’ toolbox of ideals. Some would say the questioners are flaky. Perhaps some are and, I again ask, what is wrong with that? If a person seems flaky, that makes them unique unto themselves. Some questioners are not flaky. The questioners, who think, just have a colorful foundation. The hard line heritage person, might say the questioners don’t have a foundation at all…I respectfully disagree. A colorful foundation allows the questioner to take good ideals from every aspect of life, and make a unique foundation. A questioner may spend some time in a heritage point of view, perhaps a year or more. The questioner lives in the heritage view long enough to exhaust the thought and move on to the next thought. I am not prepared to say that a questioner is wrong either by the way. So, we all have points of view unique to ourselves and, I don’t think that is wrong. If we were all alike, why would there have to be so many of us alive? Wouldn't life be boring? The world is full of color, and I personally embrace every color.
I am 45 years old, married, and have 4 children. I dream as a child and think as an adult. I try to enjoy every day along this journey.