The Quiet Art of Being Wrong

“[When] we’ve put honesty over our own self-esteem. It’s a very courageous action.”

In a world of uncertainties, a few things stay true. What goes up must come down, for example. That whole death and taxes axiom seems pretty consistent. One more thing that stays true? Everyone is wrong sometimes. With the exception of those who are wholly narcissistic, we all recognize that last one as objectively true. But when it comes to the day-to-day, when it comes to personally admitting t

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This story is from Common Good issue 06.
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