Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Two sides to every story

'There are two sides to every story.' What does that mean to you?

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12 comments:

  1. It means that every people have two sides of their own, there is no good side because everyone has a reason of their own.

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    1. That is not very nice, Louisa. I have a good side, I think. That is very not nice of you. I'm sure you have a good side too.

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  2. I think that it is rude to judge anyone before you have actually had a conversation with them. Sometimes someone might have had a bad day and are in a bad mood.

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  3. That means that there's more than one perspective to a story, which means that there's never a story told exactly the same.

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  4. Two sides of the story means that there is a story that everyone sees which is known as stereotyping and then there is another side which someone has to get to know you to understand.

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  5. I think that you might think something about someone, but they might actually be different to what you think.

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  6. I think too have two sides to a story means that there is no right, yet no wrong. You can't make conclusions from only hearing one side of the story, you have to hear the whole story before you can judge and make your decision / conclusion about the person, place or situation.

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  7. two sides of the story means that there is different perspectives of different people and so not everyone has the same story.

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  8. Two sides to every story means that there are lots of different things about something or someone rather than just one thing we prefer to look at.

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  9. In my opinion two sides to every story means that there is another part to a person or story beyond the one that we see or hear. We selfishly make daily assumptions towards people based on what we see and what we think we know, when in reality that's not the case. It may not be something we can help, but we can be more considerate and open towards other sides of people, or acknowledging that there is one. Two sides to every story tells us that there is more to something than what we see, hear, and feel. We shouldn't base our perspective on a person judged by media influences and labels.

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  11. In my opinion two sides to every story means that what you've heard about a person or a place may not necessarily be true. Stereotypes are silly assumptions and until you personally know from first-hand experience what a place or a person is like you have no right to pass judgement.

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