Do you want to be right? Because I’m here to tell you that you can be.
You can be completely right for an instant and you can be completely right in an instant.
And then that moment passes and that glorious feeling of righteousness ought to move right along with it
. . . except we really like it . . . and try to extend it . . . into other topics . . . into every moment.
To be clear, it’s very honest and healthy to accept that in any given moment we may actually be more accurate, more informed, and more insightful.
Go on and feel it . . . be grateful for it . . .
. . . keep moving though . . . and keep your heart facing in the direction of your seeking . . . or the choices you have to make in the upcoming moments won’t feel so glamorous as you plow into someone or some situation that you were not paying much attention to . . . looking back as you were . . . trying to linger in what was a satisfying and temporary feeling . . . complaining that it didn’t last longer . . . rather than exclaiming what a surprise gift that it was at all.
Blind squirrels finding acorns and the like.
We keep looking back at these moments as if what’s ahead of us couldn’t possibly be as good.
We don’t know. We’re afraid.
We have no trust in ourselves.
Small wonder we have so little in each other.