How much pride is healthy and good for relationships?

Motto of the day*
Pride
Swallow your pride occasionally, it’s non-fattening!

Pride or kind?

 

Is is necesssary to insist being right all the time?

Thoughts about the motto of the day

 

What comes to my mínd when thinking about this motto of the day. Hmm. First thought: It is our decision: When given the choice between being right or being kind, we can choose to be kind. 

*Note

 

I select the motto of the day mostly because something about it appeals to me. Something attracts me or irritates me. It feels as if it could contain something and I want to get to the root of it. So I dedicate a motto to each day and let myself be surprised what it has to offer me. 

Sometimes the reason for the choice clarifies itself only after a while. That's why the thoughts about the motto of the day are often not articles, but associations. They are thoughts transformed into words. They are spontaneous and I also publish them frequently while I am traveling. They, therefore, tend to appear in fragments. Feel invited to add your associations. Enrich the thoughts with your perspectives – to complete the picture.

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What do you think about the motto of the day? Do you always have to insist that you are right?

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Published: December 9, 2019
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: December 10, 2019
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