Haiku – knowing

Middle ground
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No need to be right

Open up to new learning

Middle Ground knowing


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20 Comments on “Haiku – knowing

  1. At Choices, in one of the processes, people are asked to finish this sentence…
    I would rather be right than____________________.
    People generally answer ‘wrong’ but in reality most of us will defend our right to be right rather than to be HAPPY.

    Have a wonder filled day.

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  2. Ah, the new! Not possible to be right for we have yet to know the answer. This is one huge reason why people are afraid of new so they stay stuck in the same rut. Thank you, Val, for your wisdom!

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