For most people, the world is black and white; right or wrong. They think things are either one way, or they're another. What they don't realize is that by thinking this you're limiting your views into two seperate catagories. One where things in your world feel right and one where they feel wrong. Now, unfortunatly, your world is not the only one. There are countless other paradigms out there. Who are we to say that any other but our own is wrong? I mean, are we so arrogant that we can't accept what other people think, even if we don't agree with it? We can't accept their lifestyle, their world? It's all the same. We can be civil and even kind to someone else by empathizing with the feelings they experience. That is the one area where we're all the same. We all feel the same emotions. A killer who loses control and, well, kills a bunch of people. We don't agree that he's killed someone but surely we could empathize with them losing control. HAven't we all lost control at one point in our life? Now, I'm not saying it forgives the action but we can understand the feelings behind it. And in that sense we can be civil.