I am sure good at being wrong.
I lie to myself: cheat, steel and beg and borrow.
I judge myself in the wrong way.
I miss my own mistakes by being too close to myself.
Here are the facts: age, height, weight, education, how I grew up, etc.
Here is the law: my beliefs in how everything is being.
I make a lot of assumptions based on the stuff I call facts and beliefs.
Sometimes they reach up and bite me. And/or someone who is engaged with me.
I’ve always wanted a car.
But I don’t want to make the money to buy it.
My mistake will be, I will end up with the money down the road: I am going to use it for something better.
I still don’t have the money.
Most of my mistakes work out for the best.
I learn things about myself.
And I learn not to make the same mistakes.
I tend to grow out of my mistakes.
What have I learnt about being mistaken?
I need to make mistakes to grow.
I don’t like making mistakes at the time.
Sometimes mistakes do more harm than good.