Quelling the Need to Be Right

Once upon a time, I had to be right. Being right was the goal, in and of itself. Being right typically meant someone else was wrong. So my being right was always caught up in competition with whoever else had to be wrong. This made it complicated the numerous times I was wrong. Then I […]

Be Selfish to Be Selfless

My life’s main idea is personal growth and part of my practice is to be as detached as possible from expectations, preconceptions and sudden realizations, especially those I have of myself. If someone sheds some light on a part of me that is unflattering, even though my first reaction might be defensive and upset (which […]