The “Other Side” Is Not Dumb.
Sean Blanda

This makes so much sense and I wish more people could see more things this way. There was this one time that I was in my AP US History class and we were having a debate on the Salem Witch Trials, I was debating with myself for a long time which side did I want to be on. While I thought that Witch Trials was not the best thing to happen, I decide to see what the other side had to offer, so I went to the “other side” that thought the Trials were a good thing to happen. Now while I was not convinced and my opinion didn’t change I got to see what the other kids thought and how there opinion was positioned. It made me realize that not everything is so right/wrong, and it only takes a little time for you to see and understand another opinion even if you don’t agree.

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