It’s Okay To Be Wrong

Dear You,

It’s okay to be wrong.

Wrong and right are subjective concepts. And so is success and failure. Everything is in our minds. Our minds are powerful tools. Most people live their lives getting controlled by their minds and not controlling their minds themselves. They spend their lives in an unconscious state. Our beliefs n ideas about ourselves, the concept of idealism and wrongness and righteousness of a particular action is often defined by external forces and our own minds. However it is ever changing. What maybe wrong today might turn out right tomorrow. So darling, I want you to stop and sit still. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to be wrong and fail and fall and get hurt and bruised and broken and damaged. Life is cutting you off edge by edge. You’re a diamond in process. Let life cut you up and let your wounds bleed. Because all that’s happening now will help you shine bright later. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to be sad. It’s okay to feel like shit. But it’s not okay to get stuck. Feel every emotion completely. Spend some time with your grief. Address it. Acknowledge it. Accept it. Love it. And let go of it. Keep all the beautiful lessons it left for you as souvenirs and get going.

Yours lovingly
You. ❀



4 thoughts on “It’s Okay To Be Wrong

  1. Yes we all tend to make mistakes , but as long as those mistakes help us evolve as a stronger individual then I guess it’s okay to be wrong & make mistakes every now & then. Wish my boss read out this post of yours to me, would have given me the confidence that even if the report went out wrong to him he still would understand & not be mad at me lol jk! Nonetheless a lovely post , thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

    1. The story behind this post is funny. My friend was really upset about the mistakes he made in life and was stressing too much regarding career choices and this was a reply in a whatsapp conversation and turned out to be something I felt like keeping for my own self and hence posted it here. I am glad you liked it.

      1. That’s really good way of motivating your friend while he was going through a tough time, I’m sure your friends value you for the kind of supportive friend you are 😊

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