An opinion is, by definition, a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
This means that opinions are inherently subjective – they represent an individual’s perspective rather than an absolute or objective truth.
I have learned that stellareddy.com represents subjective opinions based on the anonymous writer’s hateful perspective, not on facts they could prove. I have reached the opinion that no reasonable person will ever accept these toxic tenants’ subjective opinions about me, as they are not based on facts but on their emotions instead. Their opinions are not personal to me as they don’t know who I am to represent me in any truthful way.
We all have opinions on various topics like movies, music, food, fashion and more. However, it’s important to remember that another person’s opinion may differ from our own. What one person loves, another may dislike. Neither view is right or wrong as opinions do not deal with facts.
When it comes to sharing opinions online or in discussions with others, especially about other individuals, it’s best to acknowledge the subjective nature of viewpoints. We should aim to respect that reasonable people can disagree.
I am allowed to disagree with the subjective opinions expressed in the titles and contents of stellareddy.com, lorriereddy.com, davidstrashin.com, sjtomemberkevinlundy.com, 859kennedyroad.com, connaughtpublicschool.com and rooseveltskerrit.com and I am also allowed to share my opinions of these public websites. If they didn’t want me commenting on their content, they shouldn’t have made it about me.
I am also okay with people not agreeing with the title and content of my site, as long as they are willing to accept that their opinions won’t cause me to take it down, as it isn’t online for anyone else but myself.
These toxic tenants need to accept that it is my life to do as I please and I don’t answer to them. They have no authority over my life and have no say in what I do or don’t do. They have absolutely no influence, not enough to cause any real damage to my life, the last 7 years of them trying has shown me that!
If they truly had evidence of racism and discrimination against me, they wouldn’t have walked away from the chance to prove it in January 2020. You can’t ignore that reality.
Presenting opinions as facts can cause unnecessary arguments or hurt feelings. At the same time, explaining the reasoning behind an opinion can help others understand where I’m coming from, even if they don’t agree. For instance, if the toxic tenants had written where they got their viewpoints from, rather than just making blatant statements, it might have worked better for them.
I have learned that when forming subjective opinions, individuals may rely on their emotions rather than concrete facts. These opinions can be heavily influenced by personal preferences, biases, and individual experiences. Unlike facts that are based on empirical evidence and logical reasoning, subjective opinions are more subjective.
At the beginning of this mess, I was highly emotional so my opinions were based on those emotions, just look at my first site, koryread.ca I had for 6 months filled with my subjective opinions. It was when my emotions started levelling off that I was able to look for the facts behind what I was seeing. My doctor helped me with that, as he got me looking at the 107-page Statement of Facts as their personal opinions, not anything they could prove. I would call this document their “Statement of Suppositions”!
Biases also play a significant role in shaping subjective opinions. These biases can arise from various factors, such as cultural background, social influences, or personal beliefs. Biases can often cloud judgment and affect the ability to form well-rounded opinions based on evidence. I was able to see the biases being displayed in the content of stellareddy.com, as everything they said was based on their hatred of me.
Individual experiences further contribute to the subjectivity of opinions. Someone’s unique life experiences can shape their perspective and influence their emotional response to certain topics or situations. For instance, a person who has faced discrimination may hold strong opinions on issues related to equality and social justice, driven by their personal experiences. Their websites show that every person they had contact with after this incident with me, they also accused of being racist, which shows biased thinking.
Recognizing that disagreements are natural and even healthy is an important step towards fostering a more inclusive digital atmosphere. It allows us to communicate and exchange ideas without resorting to personal attacks or demeaning language. By embracing this mindset, we can create opportunities for productive debates and learn from one another, thereby promoting a more harmonious virtual community. That is the point behind WordPress, sharing ideas and opinions in a hopefully harmonious fashion!
By recognizing the subjective nature of viewpoints, I open myself up to different ideas and invite diverse perspectives into my conversations. Engaging with others who hold differing opinions can broaden my horizons, challenge my assumptions, and ultimately lead to personal growth and development. This is what I got out of the past few years of reading so much! It’s not about finding consensus or agreement by force, but about fostering an environment that encourages respectful dialogue.
When expressing my opinions online, it’s important to be mindful of the impact my words can have on others. Misunderstandings and conflicts often arise when opinions are presented assertively or aggressively, without considering alternative viewpoints.
I used to be aggressive in my manner at times in my writing until I learned to do it differently, and you can see the changes that have occurred in my thinking overtime on my posts. By expressing myself respectfully and acknowledging that my opinions are not absolute truths but personal beliefs, I can help prevent needless conflicts and promote understanding.
It is crucial to acknowledge the limitations of subjective opinions. Without evidence or logical reasoning, they lack the foundation required for sound arguments. Emotions alone cannot stand as a reliable basis for forming opinions, as they are subjective and can vary greatly among individuals.
To prevent biases and personal preferences from skewing our viewpoints, it is important to evaluate subjective opinions alongside objective facts. By considering both emotional responses and empirical evidence, one can maintain a more balanced viewpoint. Combining emotions with factual information allows for a more comprehensive understanding of complex issues.
Subjective opinions based solely on emotions should be approached with caution. Recognizing the influence of personal preferences, biases, and individual experiences is crucial to maintaining a balanced viewpoint. While emotions can play a valuable role in shaping our beliefs and understanding, they should be complemented by evidence and logical reasoning to form well-rounded opinions.
I agree with the statement that subjective opinions based solely on emotions should be approached with caution. Emotions can greatly influence our perspectives and judgments, often leading to biased and irrational thinking. When emotions are the dominant factor in forming an opinion, critical thinking and rationality can be compromised. I see that in the domain stellareddy.com and even in some of my earlier writings.
Subjective opinions based on emotions tend to be highly personal and might not align with objective reality or facts. Such opinions can be easily swayed by temporary feelings, personal biases, cultural influences, or even manipulation by others. I learned that relying solely on emotions to form opinions can hinder my ability to make well-informed decisions or understand complex situations.
It is important to approach subjective opinions based on emotions with caution by considering additional factors such as evidence, logic, and reason. Taking a balanced approach that combines emotions with critical thinking can lead to more well-rounded and informed perspectives. By acknowledging my emotions and seeking additional information or different viewpoints, I was able to overcome biases and make more thoughtful judgments. That was my intention behind all my research, reading, and therapy I have done over recent years.
In situations where emotions play a significant role, it is beneficial to pause, reflect, and analyze the underlying reasons behind my feelings. Evaluating the context, examining alternative perspectives, and seeking reliable information helped me form more objective and rational opinions. Engaging in open dialogue, listening to diverse viewpoints, and being receptive to constructive criticism can also contribute to a more balanced understanding of a subject.
In the end, while emotions are an essential part of being human, relying solely on subjective opinions based on emotions can be problematic. Approaching such opinions with caution, by considering other factors and critically evaluating our emotions, enables us to make more reasonable, well-rounded, and informed judgments.