How very unfortunate is the experience of that Poor Soul, who insists on the absolute correctness of his View of Life … when that View is framed by and constricted to, the limitations of a Keyhole of Ideological Dogma, defined by his religious sect, political party, family tradition, or social attitude.
For he, in all of his zealous fervor, is denying himself the wondrous scope of Beauty that thrives just outside … in the diverse perspectives, opinions, and visions, of All who are celebrating the World of acceptance, and honor of one another … just across that Threshold defining His chamber of chosen confinement.
All that hinders Him from enjoying freedom of thought and expression … is that locked door … whose governing Key is His own free will and choice.
“Who is so deafe, or so blynde, as is hee,
That wilfully will nother here nor see.”
[1546 J. Heywood ‘Dialogue of Proverbs’ ii. ix. K4]