Monday, 12 June 2017

Walk in Dry Places #essentialsofrecovery


Being right or wrong
Honesty

Step Ten advises us to promptly admit it when we’re wrong. Perhaps there should be another Step warning us not to be too confident when we’re sure we’re right.

It’s true that there are many times when we are right. It’s also possible, however, that we might be only 99 percent right, and that tiny fractions of error could mean our downfall.

Something is also wrong when we find ourselves vigorously asserting that we’re right. We don’t have to “admit it” when we’re right because being right speaks for itself. In the long run, truth and right action don’t really have to be defended. Part of being right is the willingness to believe that we may be wrong, however hard that is to accept.

If I’m wrong today, I’ll admit it. If I’m right, I’ll refrain from announcing it with too much assurance. 
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