I realized that my world is created by my perception of everyone and everything around me, so they may not be "against" me, they may just disagree with my decisions. Also if everyone I know and love is "against" my ideas, I'm probably not thinking things through very rationally. That doesn't always mean one needs to change though. Not everything can be understood rationally.
cause in Greek mythology everyone thought the titans would never fall and they did also they named to titanic that cause they thought it would never fall but they were wrong
wrong is right!;)
Short answer: no If you mean missing as getting it wrong, it does not count against you. If you have absolutely no idea, it pays to just guess. If by chance you get it correct, good. If by chance you get it wrong, it doesn't count against you.
Nat Turner fought against slavery because he didn't want his family to be treated as property that can be bought or sold. He thought it was wrong to own people. These thoughts of his were as a result being a slave himself.
it was right and Mexican won the war
Step back and take a look at yourself everyone is wrong and you are the only one right My friend you are paranoid and need to seek professional psychiatric help.
that sophists thought that knowledge was a way to improve ur life and Socrates thought that there was an absolute right or wrong
No, everyone is wrong at least once in his/her life.
Because they thought it was wrong thing to have slaves.
he thought it was wrong
No, Antony is against the conspirtors. He thought it was wrong for them to kill Caesar.
Everyone have their own beliefs and have their own understandings. Its everyone's individual responsibility to realize what is right and what is wrong.
Everyone has their right and wrong responsibilities, that's what makes us humans.
He forced everyone to convert to Buddhism. *That answer is wrong, I've been trying to find the right answer and no luck yet but i just know this one is wrong.* wrong answer.
It means everyone who thought the world was going to end in Dec 2012 were wrong, again.
Its different for everyone. There is no real right or wrong answer here.
he wanted to stop slavery and thought that owning one another was wrong so he was against it!