Day 32: Admitting when you’re wrong
I will probably regret this, but today’s topic is “admitting when you’re wrong”. Lets just say, for those of us inclined to defend our every little step, “wrong” is a bitter pill to swallow.
What I’m learning though, is that as a human being, being “wrong” at times, and making mistakes, is just part of the journey. Refusing to admit error, or being unwilling to learn and grow is where the true damage lies.
So for what it’s worth, it feels good to finally be able to look in the mirror, mistakes and all, and accept the person I see.
Take it from me: perfection is an impossible standard. The people I love the most are the ones work to improve and grow, but ultimately embrace their flaws, and live richer, fuller lives because of it.
We are lovable not because we are perfect, but because we are REAL.
^^Tonight’s dinner: “Fish Provencial”. Swai fillet in a white wine, garlic and onion sauce with fresh garden tomatoes and olives, over red rice and served with dinner salad. It was a cookbook experiment – and really really good!