Whether you’re a man or a woman the message applies to each of us. The very jest of this statement is a lesson in itself, and one that gives us a formula that helps us better understand how to perceive why we do the things we do. Our lessons are found in our choices, our teachers are found through our mindfulness, our understanding comes from our perception. Good or bad we always have the option to correct our mistakes.
Which is right, and which isn’t?
As Ralph Waldo Trine puts it:
“The optimist is right. The pessimist is right. The one differs from the other as light from dark. Yet both are right. Each is right from his own particular point of view, and this point of view is the deterring factor in the life of each.”*
*Prelude from “In Tune With the Infinite” by Ralph Waldo Trine
Written in 1897