6 thoughts on “That’s so true!

  1. I believe self esteem plays an important role. Those who like themselves and do not suffer from insecurity are the first to step forward when wrong. They recognize that growth and development is only achievable through new learning. Being “wrong” provides an incentive to learn what is right. Rather than being fearful, these people embrace lessons from all perspectives. Integrity is not the goal, but rather the end result.

    • good point.
      I know the right course of action when I discover I’m wrong is to openly confess it with good humor and store the lesson away for later digestion, but of course I don’t always manage that lol! (I feel good when I do though).

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