Falling on your own sword

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Falling on Your Own Sword

If we put aside ego and our need to be right, often falling on our own sword is the best path to take.
For many insignificant things, if we apologize or take responsibility (even if we aren’t at fault) it takes care of the other person and can even build relationship and connection. It usually melts their resistance and upset.
When we don’t fall on our own sword, usually the other person ends up defensive which does not build relationship or connection.
Plus, any time we can take a break from our ego and our need to be right, we are doing ourselves a favor.
Much Love,
Jonathan
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