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Many of the strongest and most rewarding relationships are formed by people who don’t agree on everything.

With a respectful attitude and an open mind, people with conflicting views can help each other grow and learn by assisting one another in seeing the world from a different perspective.

An expanded point of view is a good thing.

No matter how much the media wants to pit one group against the other, nothing is ever as black and white as it’s made out to be. The fact is, we’re all human, we all share this planet, and on many levels, we’re on the same side.

You will find that making peace with people is far more rewarding — and leads to far greater things — than waging battles with anyone who holds an opposing view.

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