This column is about peace-making. Yet here is a thought: Do we always need to agree? Does every disagreement need a resolution? Just imagine what it might look like if people always thought the same: at the ice cream store, there might only be chocolate (or was it vanilla?); at Starbucks, it could be all frappuccinos all the time; and at the U.S. ballot box, everyone would all just vote for the Democrats (or was it the Republicans?).
Thankfully, the real world is not that