Wrong most of the time

To learn is to fail first, to then correct and understand, and to then fail again in new and exciting ways.

If all understandings are valid, there is no learning.
If nothing is valid and continues to be invalid, there is no learning.

The first and most important thing to learn: Processing the emotional experience of knowing that you are wrong, most of the time.

I am still learning that.

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