You’re Right About That

The choice to let go and let God, in a quest to eliminate our attachment to being right, is simplified with these few words: You’re right about that. – Dr. Wayne Dyer

If we all could learn to say, “you’re right about that” more often there would be a lot more understanding in this world.  Just saying this phrase opens you up to listen, not judge, accept, and learn.  Learn that your attachment to being right isn’t the answer.  That is only ego puffing out his little chest.  In practicing being open you just might learn something of value.

When we have to be “right” we block all other information from entering our conscious and unconscious mind.  Imagine what we might miss in this stubborn process!  I learn from you, you learn from me, and maybe, just maybe, we can work together and journey to a productive outcome.

Ego attachment leaves you alone and lonely.  While you are sitting with yourself in your legendary mind remember that it takes love, caring, forgiveness and giving service to others to feel whole again.  We are all a part of each other, open to working and creating together.  Dictation and separation only leaves pieces of fluff floating in the air.  Do you choose to be whole and full or empty and scattered?  Always your choice.

So….even though I suggest you not attach to ego, if you look at me and say, “I like my ego and I have to be right!”, I just might say to you, “you’re right about that.”  Imagine the conversation that could unfold.  Maybe, just maybe, we will learn from each other.

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4 thoughts on “You’re Right About That

  1. The retail twist is ” the customer is always right”. Sometimes you let someone believe they’re right when clearly they are not. Often you see the “right or wrong” from a different perspective and learn a thing or two when you listen to their “right”. . Or, on the otherhand, they’re just plain nuts ! If their “right” doesn’t hurt anything or anyone, then who cares who’s right or wrong ? Just go with it and enjoy the different opinion

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