Wisdom is not knowing what is right and what is wrong. Wisdom is knowing what is right and what is more right.

Not harming animals is important. Not harming people is more important. Giving kindness to strangers is important. Giving kindness to your family is more important. Earning a living is important. Creating meaning in living is more important.

Wisdom is finding the balance. Today, everyone has a cause, an opinion – everyone has values and principles they hold to be true. Some value transparency and others modesty. Some value speed and others safety. What if your version of reality is only half the story? Let’s look at the other side of the coin.


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