Notice how this step said WHEN we were wrong, not IF we were wrong.
As sure as the sun rises and sets, no matter how much spirituality we try to practice in our lives through our program, we are going to be dead flat wrong in our thoughts and actions. These errors will occur time after time.
It’s called “being human.”
Socrates might claim that recognizing this capacity to be wrong is the beginning of wisdom.
Being wrong and being able to admit it is one of the most liberating behaviors one can adopt. It works at work and home.
Have you ever been around someone who always HAS TO BE right about EVERYTHING! They are exhausting to be around.
So as my friend says if I focus less on who is right and more on what is right, I can lead a more peaceful and effective life.