Accept when you are wrong


  1. When in a conversation someone proves you wrong, accept that they may be speaking the truth.
    If their thoughts and actions are reliable, if their arguments are strong - there is no harm in accepting another’s opinion. 
  2. Always seek the truth.
    It is more dangerous to live in self-deception and ignorance than to accept that you, too, may be wrong sometimes.


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