When we realize that we were wrong about something, it’s important for us to be aware that it’s not end-all-be-all. While certain realizations are unquestionably life-changing, that alone is not an end but means.

When overestimated, that newfound, supposedly-healthy perspective can be an excuse for your less-than-ideal behavior. Just because you are not “hurting” doesn’t mean you are helping, although not hurting is a good start in helping.

Because what you are now is less wrong, and not right in the true sense of the word.

And with the cards we are dealt, there’s always a room for less wrong.

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