I prefer a maid; my mother in law does not!
I am a working mom; my friend is a stay at home mom!
I am a vegetarian; my husband is not!
The choices we make in our lives define who we are and what we want to be OR rather our choices stereotype our personalities. Given above are very minor examples of perspective which intentionally or not are judged to be right or wrong. Choices can tag you as complacent, rudimentary, modern etc.
It is not an atypical behavior; since childhood we are taught about ‘Deva’ & ‘Asura’, Hero & the Villain. So, whatever comes in between is common aam aadmi type of situation which nobody wants to discuss.
The mindset is skewed throughout the upbringing.
But then the question arises why not all humans take Right – the right way & Wrong –the wrong way. What causes the turbulence?
Throughout the history there are many mentions about mega wars between good & evil which perishes entire kingdoms and blossoms few. Today, we have evolved a little and understand what kind of catastrophe such extreme ideology can bring & hence we avoid wars.
But the irony is we still fight from within, with our people to claim our disposition of right & wrong. The result may not be evident or immediately visible but the impact is clear.
We live in a conjoined society, where clash of opinions are directly proportional damaged relations. This frequent clash of thoughts & perspectives hits the mind leading to stress, hatred, enmity, jealousy so on and so forth.
This is an era of mind war where self is killed. There is a wave of intolerance amongst us and this not just limited to political or social matters but sadly even in a family. Probably a nation can handle itself but balancing the art or right & wrong within a self is crucial.
Take a break, think on it and work towards your betterment, because here the war is within us.