Asked by: Duarte Schmalhoferasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th February, 2020
What does the quote when given the choice between being right or being kind choose kind?
Considering this, what does the precept when given the choice between being right or being kind choose kind mean?
When given the choice between being right, or being kind, choose kind. it means to me that you should be nice rather than correct someone in a bad way. Example: that I am correct but I don't make a big deal about that since I know that some other might not have been correct.
Furthermore, what is more important being right or being kind? Scott Fitzgerald quote comes into play - being kind and listening to people are often more important than constantly seeking to be right and prove others wrong.
when given the choice between being right or being kind choose kind example?
The precept is: “When given the choice from being right and being kind, CHOOSE KIND.” This precept means you have to be kind. I have an example: Let's say you do good in a test. You see your friend over there and he didn't do that great.
When you have the chance to be right or be kind?
“If you have the choice between being right and being kind, choose being kind” (Dr. Wayne W. Dyer) Every once in a while, there is a book that stands out, that makes you feel better or makes you think deeper.