Considering issues from multiple vantage points better helps us understand the implications of our actions. Think about a fence. If broken, it is a piece of splintered wood. It is also an access point for a farmer's cattle to exit their property. It could be the destruction of newly planted flowers on a neighboring property from the trampling of the escaped cows, too. It might even be a home to various insects or a favorite perch for a bird. Few things are one-dimensional, and recognizing different angles only expands our view.
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