There are three sides to every story. Yours, mine, and no one’s. And that is precisely why no one is usually right.

There aren’t necessarily always right and wrong ways to do things. Often times, simply doing something that you are unsure about can bring forth emotions and reactions you were both unprepared for and unaware of. Venturing into unknown territory can be a scary, yet vilifying experience, and can sometimes result in a very big payoff.
I am not saying that you should throw caution to the wind and set sail on a journey pointed nowhere with little preparation. Always be prepared for anything. But trying something new, something different, something unknown is how great steps are taken. It’s how discoveries are made.

It’s funny how we look back at new ventures that paid off and wonder why we hadn’t done it sooner, but like any change, or any glance into the unlit path that is our future, we are scared. Taking steps where steps are uncertain takes guts. But it also build character, and shows you who are. It’s what moral fiber is made of. It’s what vindication is made of. Venturing to new ground is an essential foundation of our success, not only as individuals, but as a species.

Be new. Be bold. Be different. Be the first.

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4 thoughts on “There are three sides to every story. Yours, mine, and no one’s. And that is precisely why no one is usually right.

    1. As I had yet to be welcomed, that was a very nice- albeit unexpected- thing to come home to. Thanks for the kind words, Alicia. It’s nice to see that there are still kind people out there. As for your request, I will do my best to fill my blog with an abundance of things to read. I’ll swing by your page soon. 🙂

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