from (one's) point of view

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from (one's) point of view

As one views or interprets a certain situation. Oh sure, from her point of view, I'm at fault—but I swear, I did nothing wrong!
See also: of, point, view
References in classic literature ?
You look upon the things which may come from your point of view and not from mine.
Vine said: "It's given me such a privileged position to look at everything the BBC does on TV - watching it all from your point of view.
"All of your stories are really twice-told tales, stories remembered from your point of view and stories remembered from God's point of view." They suggest this exercise; "Take a moment to look at two stories, two scenes of pain, from God's vantage point.