I was talking to friends about psychology of the mind and how there are so many techniques you can use with people that really do work, but then they came across a topic that wasn't necessarily false but my mind just didn't agree with it or maybe it was my ego not wanting to admit that it's right.
Sometimes our emotions and ego don't like to admit that certain things are true regardless of whether we agree or not.
they didn't say much after that so I said," I'm just being diplomatic. "
Sometimes no matter how much we are sure of something is real, there is always doubts. doubts make us question and want to learn more. New things are discovered everyday due to doubts and curiosity.
There's no clear explanation to what our brains are capable of. This is just a simple example and you might disagree with me, but it doesn't make my point any less valuable or true. So what I'm really trying to say is that you don't have to feel the pressure of having to choose a side. Open your mind to the possibility of facing something your head wouldn't agree on, yet it could be true. Not because there are proves. but because it doesn't make sense to you. Not everything is proven so you going to trust your intuition and beliefs.
The lesson from this is, sometimes you need to accept others' opinions without having to agree or disagree with them. Sometimes being diplomatic is the best thing you can do. people have different likes and dislikes as much as they are similar. They also have different beliefs, so be open-minder and don't just question their beliefs, but you can always tell them why you believe in the things you do.
Learn to be diplomatic and see how your view of people and the world will change.
like always, here is a quote.
“Diplomacy is the art of telling people to go to
hell in such a way that they ask for directions.”
― Winston Churchill