A judge in a village court had gone on vacation. Nasrudin was asked to be temporary judge for a day. Nasrudin sat on the Judge’s chair with a serious face, gazing around the public and ordered the first case be brought-up for hearing.
“You are right,” said Nasrudin after hearing one side.
“You are right,” he said after hearing the other side.
“But both cannot be right,” said a member of public sitting in the audience.
“You are right, too” said Nasrudin.
- Accentuate the positive.
- Sympathy is as important to a judge as judgment.
- Don’t be afraid to look beyond both sides of an argument.
- If you can only see two sides of an argument you are missing something.
- To forgive is divine
- Even judges can be fools
- Conversely, even fools can be judges.
- Everybody is right, in their own respective ways.
- Justice is not always just.
- The person who says that you are ‘right’ might be wrong.
- You only ever believe yourself, and your own point of view.
- There is no real truth, or even reality.
- “All Faith is false, all Faith is true: Truth is the shattered mirror strown \ In myriad bits; while each believes his little bit the whole to own.” — Sir Richard Francis Burton
- Everyone is right in their own way. If everyone know this, then the world would be much better place to live.
- In the case of contradictions the core concept must come under consideration; in this case Truth.
- The relative is the bridge to the absolute.
- Truth can only be found from a state of non attachment.