No Mortal Opinions in Mind or in Man

Emerson saw how heavy a load a human opinion may be in one's experience when he referred to "the deep slumber of a decided opinion."

One does not have to go far to encounter human opinion. Men and women—and often children too—have very definite opinions as to what they shall eat, how they shall dress, their own and others' conduct, the weather, art, politics, religion, and a thousand other things. Often when these opinions clash, fire and friction result; argument and ill will are generated.

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