I believe in leaving the comfort zone as a people. We get so caught up in our own beliefs and our own opinions, our own point of view that we build a fence around it. When we address or when we don’t address other points of view, when we ignore it, we begin to see our own views, our own opinions, as definite as if we’re only surrounded by them. It is all we’re ever going to seek. What we need to do as a people is to stop addressing others through merely the holes of the fence. This is only ever built on our own ego. There may not be a fight, and there may not be a war happening, but to look down and laugh upon another’s opinion, to even do that is only making the fence even more dividing. What we need to do is destroy those fences that we build to address the other who may have a differing opinion, address them face to face as this may come with times of discomfort. To grow comfortable with that situation itself, we must first be uncomfortable. We need to acknowledge who it is that stands on the other side of the fence that we for so long ignored. If we really, truly want to make this world house sustainable and functional, we need to stop yelling through the walls to open the doors and speak with them face to face.
Leaving the Comfort Zone
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