The world does not need my view about everything all the time, in fact, I don’t need my view about everything all the time either. It’s just constant mental noise.
It’s OK not to have a view at all.
It’s a lot more peaceful for others and for me if I am content with just being and observing.
When we observe we listen and hear the other person and the beautiful world around us.
In the end, we are all one, we all have a ball of energy within us, our soul, that lives forever. We all die and be a pile of dust in 50 or 100 years from now, so there is the start. We share that with every person alive.
We could choose to look at what unites us, rather than what divides us. Look to how we can connect and love another not disagree with and hate them.
If we choose to look for the good in others, to accept them as they are, and to move closer to strangers, get closer to those who we think we are different from.
Connect with those who have a different opinion, or like different things. Learn to evaluate without judgement, to simply observe. Of course, this takes being vulnerable, to stepping out of our bubbles, to be prepared to be exposed.
Everything in our lives is of our making and we can choose to get on with fellow humans or not. We make society, we make everything, it’s a collective representation of us and our fellow souls.