Super Moderator TheRedneckProfessor Posted January 18, 2019 Super Moderator Share Posted January 18, 2019 A man drinks heavily, on a daily basis. His wife treats him with contempt and disrespect. Depending on one’s perspective, given these two facts, it might be easy for one to assume that the wife treats the man with contempt and disrespect because he drinks heavily. But what if that’s not the case at all? What if the man is a real human being, with genuine emotions, sensitivities, and aspirations; who feels deeply every wounding remark, every sideways glance, every undermining action his wife throws his way? What if, in fact, the man drinks because his wife treats him with contempt and disrespect? Logic dictates that there is probably truth in both perspectives; but the wife generally only understands her own perception, while the husband sees only his. This is the problem with making abrupt assumptions about others based on one’s own experience and viewpoint. Here’s another case in point: I left the faith. god’s plan did not work. I would ask anyone caring to respond: Which is more logical? That god’s plan did not work because I left the faith; or that I left the faith because god’s plan did not work? @Christforums 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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