Argue for the Opposite

By | November 25, 2015

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I argue in favor of things I don’t want

I argue in favor of words I don’t trust

I argue in favor of persons not liking me

I argue in favor of laziness, my own laziness

I argue in favor of all kinds of stupidities

I argue in favor of crooks, the real crooks

I argue in favor of loneliness, forever alone

I argue in favor of praises, the false praises.

I argue in favor of affairs, future-less affairs

I argue in favor of money, the evil money

I argue for the opposite, not so nice things

The best way to get answers in your favor

The best way to judge your own arguments

The best way to pay justice to all around you.

36 thoughts on “Argue for the Opposite

    1. Akhila Post author

      Hi,
      Thank you so much for the nomination..Let me check how I could be more awesome 😉

      Reply
  1. jncthedc

    An intelligent argument requires 1 person to have knowledge from multiple perspectives. If we are only provided one perspective all we can do is defend this one perspective. This, however, doesn’t necessarily mean it is right or even our choice. Worldly knowledge helps refine perspectives.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Thank you so much for your excellent feedback. Most probably we will be clear on the matter which is in our favor. When we argue for the opposite, we will be pretty much clear on the aprons and cons of both sides

      Reply
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