Stand Corrected

"I was wrong." You cannot move gracefully toward a greater understanding of truth without a willingness to stand corrected, regardless of the provenance of the correction. It's ok to admit you are wrong; in fact, to admit you are wrong is to give evidence of the strength of your character, especially when so admitting produces …

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The Middle Part: Lessons from South Park

I had the opportunity several years ago to watch an episode of the sophisticated and intelligent animated show called "South Park." It was a linguistic smorgasbord and I learned several phrases that I cannot repeat in polite company. The story line, however, tickled me. The main characters of the show are foul-mouthed children who go …

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