Musings

You’ll make mistakes and so will your enemies.  I believe that to benefit from these mistakes, one should refrain from vilifying oneself AND their enemies—even when it’s your job to hurt them—because vilification interferes with the ability to perceive nuance.  

And once you can navigate nuance, you become more capable, more formidable, and you will have no enemies; you will only have teachers.

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15 thoughts on “Musings

  1. True! That is definitely something to muse over, and oftentimes I think we’re the most critical of ourselves.
    I’ve also heard that if you focus on improving yourself each day, rather than focusing on the mistakes made by others, you will live a happier life. What do you think?

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  2. Hi,

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    On Thu, Dec 21, 2017 at 9:07 PM, Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha wrote:

    > DirtySciFiBuddha posted: “You’ll make mistakes and so will your enemies. > I believe that to benefit from these mistakes, one should refrain from > vilifying oneself AND their enemies—even when it’s your job to hurt > them—because vilification interferes with the ability to perceive nu” >

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