It seems to be an Anglo-saxon kind of thing. We're either all for or all against something. Finding a middle ground isn't always an option. Why is that? Wouldn't it be great to be able to agree despite our differences of opinions and interests to just make do with what we have and get on with things. Working with what we have to make it better.
Brits can't seem to agree on whether or not to stay in the EU. And whilst I'm far from being British, I do spend a large part of my time with them, surrounded by them, work with them and actually get a good laugh when around them. They're for the vast majority, great fun people to be around. I couldn't imagine life in the EU if they were no longer an integral part of it.
Without getting too philosophical our deep about this I just ask all of my British friends and their friends and even people that are not their friends to do one thing over the 24h. Think about their vote for the referendum tomorrow, think about it long and hard. It's not simple nor easy. It's complicated but we should all strive towards the same goal.
As one wise man said " we can learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools "
Think about it Britain.