The Multiples of Right

We have been programmed to think that for every question there is just one answer. Truth and life play out much differently. Most times there are multiple answers to even the most simple questions – and they are all right. It is not just when there is a clear objective to get to “A”, you can choose either “B”, “C” or “D”. Sometimes it is the ideas that are accepted as absolutes that turn out to have multiple answers. 1 and 1 always equal 2, but 1 and 1 are not necessary to get the answer of 2.

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