The Gift of Being Wrong

A young blonde woman is holding her hand up in the air as if she is telling the young woman next to her to stop. The blonde woman is rolling her eyes to the left and the dark haired woman looks straight at the camera and looks annoyed.
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But does being wrong help us grow and look at ourselves from a new vantage point?

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writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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Kelly Burns

Kelly Burns

writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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