Balanced Mind

Having a ‘balanced mind’ does not mean never taking sides; it is to have no particular attachment or aversion, but while being able to pick a side objectively when needed, on a case by case basis.

In Buddhism, this is called discriminating wisdom, that overcomes the ‘anything goes’ or ‘it’s all the same’ attitude, which is important, because not everything is alright morally and truthfully. This is why there are precepts and the Buddhadharma in the first place.