posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 10:31 PM
I believe that admitting you are wrong when you realize it is a virtue.
I typically realize I was wrong and correct myself or adjust my paradigm to reflect the new information every single day, multiple times a day.
Honestly I love it. I love breaking my preconceived notions to shreds and rebuilding on a more solid foundation. I love having my paradigm shattered.
I love to learn new things and re-evaluate my positions.
That doesn't mean I am going to agree with anyone who disagrees, but I will hear them out and either reconcile my viewpoint with the new idea, or I
will formulate an exact reasoning to counteract this opposing information. I will explain myself because I want others to understand where I am coming
However, in the event that the information presented is solid and difficult to reasonably controvert, than I will adhere to it and embrace it.
You never really know for sure, so it is wise to remain open to all possibilities, including the very real possibility that we are wrong.
Admitting you are wrong when it is so, is a virtue and worthy of great praise my friends. We are all guilty of it, let us embrace it and turn our
weakness into strength.
edit on 6-10-2011 by muzzleflash because: (no reason given)