8 months ago
Last edited at 6:28PM on 4/10/2013
Being proved wrong is the only way to learn about being right. It does not reflect on your level of intelligence. I know I for one, learn a lot of things from others... It doesn't hurt my feelings in fact just the opposite. I would rather know the facts and be corrected, than not know the truth. It helps me grow intellectually.
I'd be like ex Boy: what's the capital of South Carolina? Me: Greenville(jk I already know the answer just an example) Boy: no it's not its Columbia see look on this map, right there in the middle with that star is Columbia Me: ain't nobody asked u mr Einstein I'd feel like wanna go bro? Lol jk
Depends On 'How' They Actual- ly Break It Down; i.e., Positive, Negative, M e a n -Spirited, etc. Makes A H u g e Difference In H o w New Knowledge Is Expl a i ned Affects Re- ceipt of I t. ><> ---------- Scripture Quote ><> ---------- Am I now your enemy, just because I told you the truth? (Galatians 4:16 CEVDCUS06)
Whenever I am proven wrong I usually get angry at the person... But I just keep a happy face on and be polite anyway... I can accept that I was wrong, I just hate that the other person got to point it out...