Be Right or Be Close: Pick One

Be Right or Be Close: Choose One Despite our commonalities, it’s inevitable that, even with those we feel closest to in the world, we will have differing perceptions, opinions, and interpretations about life and about the world. Sometimes these are very minor things, such as using dryer sheets or not using them. But if we are not aware of when it comes up, we may feel a sense of minor irritation in such matters, let alone with differences connected to our most cherished views. It makes it easy if we have a lot of things in common, but we should not be surprised when we don’t. Particularly as we grow older, we become more defined in our tastes and opinions, more definite, which can make it

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