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Having it Both Ways

When arguing something we’re factually correct about, we often expect the other party to admit that they’re wrong and learn from the experience.

But how often are we willing to admit that we’re wrong and learn from the experience? 

It’s foolish to expect that if we’re right, the other party will suddenly realize their fault when we’re wrong we don’t do the same. 

If you’re not willing to admit that you’re wrong, no matter the evidence presented in front of you, you’re not being admirable, you’re being part of the problem.

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