with Karl faase
Let me ask you a question – what does it feel like to be wrong? It usually feels embarrassing, sometimes devastating and even shameful.
We tend to think that somehow being wrong is a tragic and humiliating mistake and yet as author Kathryn Schultz says, being wrong "is not some kind of embarrassing defect in the human system... it is totally fundamental to who we are".
In fact, Schultz suggests that if we were open to embrace the idea that we were wrong more often, we would grow as people. In her book Being Wrong, she explores a new way of looking at wrongness, where it can lead to new possibilities, to rediscovering wonder and to transformation in our relationships.
Pray for the insight into where you may be wrong and be ready to grow. •