Imagine a door. A door painted with beige on one side and caramel on the other. Now imagine two people; one at the beige face and the other at the caramel. The first one says the door is beige. The latter ofcourse refuses, for, he sees it caramel. Who is right according to you? Both of them?
They are both wrong. The door is a complete package of the two and you cannot decline either. It is not JUST beige or JUST caramel.
You need to look through the other side too.
I agree, may be the door is locked and you are restricted to see just one face. But the door isn't just "THAT" one face!