The Triple Check
There is a difficult challenge with certainty. Occasionally, we have to do a double, and even a triple check our believes and conclusions. Here is the rub. Sometimes even when we have complete clarity on something, someone else may not.
This problem requires tack and understanding. Trying to get the other person to change a point of view on reality is going to be a bit tough. It will be especially true when your adversary’s facts have concrete experience or understanding proving their argument to seem right. Yet, their reality might be the furthest from the truth.
For example, there was a time that humanity believed the world was flat and the earth was the center of the universe. At the time, people knew deep in their hearts this was a fact. They saw ships sail out of sight, never to return and watched the stars circle the earth. Now we think we know this is not the case or at least we feel we have evidence of our new current theories.
If we decide to hold our ground, it behooves us to be sure with a double triple check. Then we can proceed on our travels with a little more certainty knowing we still may be entirely wrong.
Before we resound our perspective as fact, we must realize we might be entirely mistaken.
Be Well, Have Gratitude and Spread Goodwill