In Focus, Mentalization, Ponder on December 21, 2010 at 16:34

“As soon as we know that we are wrong, we aren’t wrong anymore, since to recognize a belief as false is to stop believing it. Thus we can only say ‘I was wrong.'” Past tense. Hence, technically never admitting that you Are indeed wrong, rather we say we Were wrong, and omitting the acceptance of responsibility of that very moment.

Let’s practice accepting responsibility for our actions. For our mistakes. For our shortcomings, none of us equate perfection. Obtaining responsibility gives you the experience of knowingly securing your actions and owning them. The best way out, is through.

The ultimate goal at hand is to continue to proceed with life, in a positive direction. Not speaking from expertise, merely speaking from experience. Onward and Upward. Let’s go!

  1. There are times when you’re best going with the common opinion, but this one was really worth looking into. In the end each one of us will have go with one – either imported as is or molded by experice.

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