Disagreement is a good thing . . .

(A book Irene encourages you to read) In Andre Harper’s book Political Emancipation, a book he wrote about his “personal political odyssey and experiences leading to his departure from the Democratic party and led to his political emancipation followed by his emergence as an independent thinker;” he writes,

“In my opinion, disagreement is a good thing because it allows people to see the same things differently.  We are all born into different lives, so we all have different experiences which will often lead us to different conclusions.  The challenge is accepting these differences, respecting these differences, and agreeing to disagree without being violently disagreeable as Dr. Martin Luther King so eloquently stated.”