What I Say Isn’t Right. It’s Right For Me.

by | Mar 26, 2019 | Journal, Mental Health, Personal Development

As I begin to share more of my thoughts and views in such a public way, I wanted to get this out of the way early on.

I don’t think I’m right.

In fact, I’m sure I’m wrong about a lot of things. I have been wrong in the past and I’ll be wrong in the future.

I’ve learned that life and experiences have a way of changing me so I remain open to learning and growing along the way. As those things change, I’ll talk about them.

All In The Context of Me

And this project isn’t about me pushing my views or thoughts on how to live on anyone else.

Everything I share is based on the context of my life—at a specific moment in time—so it goes without saying that what might be right for me won’t always be right for you.

Encouraging Opposing Views

Furthermore, I encourage you to share opposing views when you feel strongly.

I promise I have no interest in arguing, but I love learning about how someone else looks at the same situation but sees something completely different. It’s something I find endlessly fascinating and that has been a source of my growth as a person and in my views.

So share your experiences and how they have shaped your views. While we may not come to the same conclusion, I believe an open mind and hearing other perspectives makes everyone better in the end.

Continue to “do you” and I’ll continue to “do me”.

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