Is there such a possible outcome where a group of people, or even just two people, would experience and perceive the same things at the precisely the same time and independently determine the exact same reality, or truth for all? Not likely.
What we create as our individual realities comes from what we observe, what we choose to pay attention to and what we become concerned with. The instinct with what we become concerned with is to make us be “right.” Each person comes to this conclusion of being right differently than another, so why argue about who or what is right and who or what is wrong?
The best results for both or the group at large shouldn’t be overlooked so that one person or another can proclaim to be right.
Look instead for multiple perspectives to discover what is most effective in questioning what happened and what actions might be taken to serve us all better. Not to be right, but to together do the right things.
You’ll also find that by taking in those multiple perspectives, you will relate in a much more genuine fashion with others. Together you will accomplish more and do so with shared and determined reasoning.
“These mountains that you are carrying, you were only meant to climb.” — Najwa Zebian —