While growing up I used to look at people through a lens of black and white. People were either good or bad,there was nothing in between. When I used to see people who I considered to be "good" doing questionable things or "bad" people doing nice things,I used to find myself in a moral dilemma. It used to shook me and I found myself in guilt for supporting supposedly good and bad people. It took me a long time to reflect upon this and I came to a conclusion that people are,in fact, different shades of grey. Some leaning more towards white and some towards black but everyone of them were a blend of grey,nonetheless. It eased me a lil bit and I realised how people are complex and how we perceive things differently from others. Everyone has their own definition of good and bad. You can be on either side of the grey scale in someone's story but always remember you are grey.