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I am not always right, I could be wrong anytime

We live in a world driven by cause and effect. A world where we assume that people choose to do good or bad. But it is important to understand that our actions are driven by the state of our hearts or our mindset. This world of the heart is often ignored and rarely considered in our daily interactions.

Biology describes the physical functions of our brain; however, our heart or mindset determines how we think, and it affects our quality of life. Someone with a healthy mindset always considers the possibility that they could be wrong. Even when they are SURE that they are right, they leave a window open for new information,

When we are completely sure that we are right, we have no choice but to live “blinkered” like a race horse. We only see what is in front of us and can never accept or process new information to see when we are going wrong. Why is this? This blind confidence is encouraged by many but is clouded by the seemingly “right” calculations generated in our minds. These are all driven by what WE have either learnt or experienced.

If we are so sure of what WE know, can we trust ourselves and trust someone else at the same time? Many people would answer yes, but can two right opinions be right? Certainly not! A wise person, questions their data and adjusts based on new information. We need to check, ask and confirm. If I admit the possibility that I could be wrong, then I will always check.

A healthy mindset will always drive us to consider: “Let me check, my judgement can get clouded and I can go off-course at any time.” A pilot trusts his instruments not his feelings; we need to learn that we could be off-course and check our instruments.

“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts.” Bertrand Russell — (English Logician and Philosopher 1872-1970).[/text_output][share title=”Share this Post” facebook=”true” twitter=”true” google_plus=”true” linkedin=”true” pinterest=”true” reddit=”true” email=”true” id=”” class=”” style=””][/vc_column][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/3″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”Recent Posts” alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:20px;” main_heading_font_family=”font_family:Oswald|font_call:Oswald”][/ultimate_heading][recent_posts type=”post” count=”3″ orientation=”vertical” fade=”true” offset=”” category=”” id=”” class=”” style=””][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/1″][vc_raw_html]JTNDc3R5bGUlM0UlMEEuZW50cnktdGh1bWIlMjBpbWclMjAlN0IlMEElMjAlMjAlMjAlMjBtYXgtaGVpZ2h0JTNBJTIwNDAwcHglM0IlMEElN0QlMEElMEEucG9zdC1jb250ZW50JTIwJTdCJTBBJTIwJTIwJTIwJTIwdGV4dC1hbGlnbiUzQSUyMGp1c3RpZnklM0IlMEElMjAlMjAlMjAlMjB0ZXh0LWp1c3RpZnklM0ElMjBpbnRlci13b3JkJTNCJTBBJTdEJTBBJTNDJTJGc3R5bGUlM0U=[/vc_raw_html][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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