Sometimes two sides just never meet. Like the two sides of a Coin.
Have you ever talked to a friend about something not really that important? Then you end with your own opinion. Then he answers with his opinion, which is otherwise contrary to how you see that, something. So then you answered back, emphasizing on your point and how it is that he seems wrong. Then he goes defending his point, emphasizing all the more that you get it
I’ve been to a lot of these arguments. Sometimes, it is because I know I’m right. Well sometimes, I just don’t want to be wrong (haha). Sometimes I just want to have a deep meaningful conversations about rather
shallow meaningless things. But something I’ve learned in these arguments: sometimes two side just would never ever meet. But that doesn’t mean that a side is wrong while the other was right. No, the same side holds truths. They are just different truths. A truth that is different than yours, but not really hard to understand. You just have to look beyond to the other side. Like a
coin. They have two sides, but each side is the coin.