In our world, each of our viewpoints has a counterpart. We assume that there is ‘good’. Therefore, there must be a ‘bad’, an ‘evil’. Likewise, there must be ‘autonomy’ if there is ‘oppression.’
We are in the misery of making free choices in a limited spectrum. A spectrum that wholly depends on the perspective which we have chosen. We tend to select our viewpoint by the impact our emotions have on us. And once we made our stance clear, we like to stick to the known. Soley, because it offers us so much comfort.
We shy away to question our decision as it is a tough thing. In the end, we might screw up what we had selected as our reality. While we nestle in our comfort zone, we forget that a confrontation might open the door to a thrilling new world.