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Friendship Through Difference and Disagreement

It should be a given that humans are capable of becoming friends with those they fundamentally disagree with. For example, I have friends who are registered to vote under political parties other than my own, friends who hold varying theological perspectives, and friends who choose not to align themselves with religion at all. These relationships often come with a degree of tension due to our varying experiences, but I find these friendships to be greatly fulfilling because they help inform my understanding of the world around me, offering me insights… Read more Friendship Through Difference and Disagreement