The Inequity of Opinion …
Opinions are simply ideas in response to questions,
they are never definitive,
as the answers are more proposals than truth,
offerings to be debated as to worth,
and their foundation of belief
as prone to bias as any experience delivered.
Our opinions are therefore suggestions with bias,
no more no less can be assumed,
and it is not the opinion that teaches us the most,
but from whom it is uttered,
showing balances, wisdom and eloquence in expression,
the more shown, the more credibility given to opinion.
Truths are much the same,
as they are prone to personal understanding,
and a sagacious mind remains open-minded,
for truth evolves through our changing perspective,
and often stated as definitive,
but sadly less in reality.
Wisdom preaches balance,
and both opinions and truths are so often spouted,
but rarely accepted due to the arrogance of those
who choose to rest their laurels on a moment,
a perspective that may change,
because stating limits runs against existence and its process.
Tony DeLorger © 2016