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How do you know when you’re wrong?
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Two things: (1) I don’t feel good and (2) I cry.
When confronted with evidence that proves me my position to be untenable.
Unfortunately for the sort of people discussed in yesterday’s post (creationists, climate denialists, homeopathists) what they usually do is appeal to conspiracy or lash out.
Some people just do not like you challenging their beliefs and prejudices.
I don’t feel good………I think we all know in our hearts when we are wrong.
I’m dealing with a situation right now… at least I know in my heart I’m right in what I am doing …others will have to deal with what they are doing and saying …maybe having a conscience helps…
When my wife or kids tell me I am. Man I am wrong a lot!
I et this terrible sensation in the pit of my stomach. rhen the realization floods in.
I Get this terrible sensation in the pit of my stomach. Then the realization floods in.
It takes a while for the big things; I know right away for the little things. And then,sometimes the big things that seem wrong at the time turn out to be not so wrong after all. I guess it’s the same with the little things. Even when things seem wrong, keeping a good thought can bring out the right in a wrong. Unless I was mean to someone.
When I get this clenching sickening feeling in my stomach, and when confronted with evidence.
I know I’m wrong when someone asks me..”why” and I don’t immediately have a response. Usually, if I have to hesitate, it means I’m not confident or wholly sure; probably meaning I’m wrong.
I don’t feel good. I do not feel like doing things transcendentally. It is transcendental, and we just can feel it, can not decipher it.
My wife tells me (all the time!).
Seriously, “if it feels good, then it was most likely right, if it feels bad, then maybe you need to check it out?”
I don’t know . . . I’m never wrong.
I keed. I know I’m wrong when I have this sick, hollow feeling in the pit of my stomach . . . this usually means I’m wrong about something big, something bad I did to someone.
I feel it in my gut. If I’ve wronged another person, I feel it in my heart.
Being wrong is your position in a disagreement. This does not always make you wrong just in the wrong position too the other person.
I know I hurt those near me,
I feel regret consuming my day,
I feel sad afterwards eventually,
because nothing more painful than lonely Sunday……..
Read the rest of my on-the-spot rhymes: http://ellokhai.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/i-feel-afraid-when-im-wrong/
Is that, like, a trick question?
If you are not educated enough to know then you have to be dumb!
Written by Susan Oliver owner of A Fun Gift Shop
It is usually a feeling. I am going to guess that most people know when they are wrong before someone tells them.
I am going to blog my answer to this on Tuesday. Stop by if you think about it! 🙂
….when I haven’t all the facts
I Feel GUILTY of course 🙂
I KNOW deep down inside…when the my heart almost touches the bottom of my cold stomach and my mind looks for excuses to justify what I said or did. The School of Indian Philosophy has various treatises on ‘knowing oneself’ as well as dealing with guilt and further, repentance-I have benefited from such studies/practices as a part of the tradition in my family-Its quite liberating.
How do I know when I am wrong? I try not to do anything that is wrong. There was a time when I didn’t give to much consideration to words said but today I think before I speak and I am always trying my very best to treat people like I want to be treated.
I am wrong when the other person needs to be forgiven.
When my calculator gives me a different answer.
The best way to be wrong is to do the same and expect things to change…
So… That’s how I know if I’m wrong.
Wrong has a different meaning for mainstream people and mavericks, you know? There is perhaps no “universal wrong”.
Very hard to admit, when you’re wrong: Here’s a post I made
Through your conscience.With every wrong-doing you might have committed,your conscience pricks you,and it becomes the driving force towards eliciting repentance.
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