Right but wrong

A person who is right but arrives at his rightness by default, by inheritance, or by association, rather than arriving at his position from having thought the issue through or from having studied his way to a proper conclusion, seems to be little better off than the person who is wrong.

One Reply to “Right but wrong”

  1. I believe that would be true across the whole spectrum of life. Maybe sometimes we honestly don’t realize the value of what we have…maybe sometimes we just don’t care enough to find out.

    Have a good un’, Randal.

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