Being able to put things in perspective is an art not everyone can conquer over. Often, things are mistaken, not because of the way the things are but of the way they are seen or they seem.
Interesting perspectives come to us when we are open to let people express their views. For that, we must be as open as possible to different realities that people perceive. What's true for one is not for another and what's wrong for one might not be the same for the rest of the people. While this situation seems so common in regular life, working upon the way we develop 'perspectives' can make things work for us in such a way that we tend to perceive and accept various perspectives, of our friends, family and colleagues. Well, perceiving and accepting the perceptions of a stranger is a bit tricky. Its easier at times and on certain occasions it seems almost impossible.
It takes lot of experience and open-mindedness not to see the things the way they seen but to see them the way they are supposed to be seen. While this subject is a lot subjective in nature, it's possible to work on one aspect at a time, one situation at a time and master the art of being open to various perspectives.
The first time I saw the quote mentioned in the picture above, I could not get it. I had to read again to get hold of it's meaning. Whoever has created it, it must have taken lot of experience. Or may be not. It would have taken a moment of realization, just one of those moments we all get to experience at certain times in our lives. After all, things are not always what they seem.