The Wisdom Daily: Learning to Find the Rightness When You Are Wrong

January 18, 2017

" wasn’t sufficient to prove to your opponent that you were smarter and/or more well-informed, and therefore should be taken seriously. You had to actually listen to what he or she had to say if you wanted to change hearts and do you stop yourself from always believing that you’re right? Maybe most people won’t admit it, but doesn’t everyone think that people who disagree with them are just wrong? As the saying goes, ‘If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.’ I had to make a change...The first step to improving ourselves is acknowledging our imperfections, and my inability to accept that someone else could be right, could even be more right, has certainly been one of my biggest flaws...."

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