It is so easy to see the world in terms of black and white. Our leaders tell us it is so, given that they can do no wrong and that all challengers would be a disaster.
Our media tell us it is so, by pitting extremes against one another.
Multiple choice questions throughout our school days lead us to believe there is only one right answer to every question (and that all the others are wrong).
But the real world just is not like that. I have met a lot of people in my life, just as you have. I don’t think I have met a genuinely evil person yet. Nor have I met anyone who is faultless.
And when I think something is right or wrong, I know that someone else can always make a persuasive article to the contrary. That does not mean I will change my mind, but it does mean that the other person and his “wrong” opinion deserve respect.
Imagine a world in shades of gray, where we can see the good in everybody. Isn’t gray (and grey!) a beautiful color?