So many times I see/hear various things - that some would perceive as wrong. Socially. Legally. Morally. Intellectually. Amongst others. But - with perceptions and perspectives being as unique as each individual person - is there actually any true right or wrong within this? I for one, believe that there is no "wrong" perception/perspective - nor do I believe fully that anyone is stupid/lack use of brain. Some may show a lack of common sense - which is an entirely different prospect altogether. I do understand one thing. There is a balance somewhere - between the levels of what people use their brains for. Some are more tuned in socially - and may have a lower academic intellect - but they have a higher social intellect - labelled as more sociopathic - but is that just a way of describing that they are different? This would further be confirmed by the intellect of scientists such as Einstein - who may have been perceived to have been crazy/mad/bonkers or whatever else comes to mind at the time he was doing what he did - as it was something new/different that people may not have been ready for at that time (but now we use) - was he really socially accepted? Chances are - maybe not. Another addition to that confirmation - is the way in which people who are more likely to be suicidal are those who are least likely to be socially accepted (not always true) - but a high contingent of people I've spoken to via this forum have had issues socially - be it lack of friends - or family lacking support - not able to get relationships that they would like etc. I would like others to input their own perception - but be mindful that a difference of opinion on it is not necessarily wrong (although we may believe it to be from our own perspective).