It may be that there is no right and wrong — and at the same time, that there is. At times, we may need to go out to Rumi's field beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing to reconnect in our shared humanity, while at other times we may need to stand in our mistakes and in our triumphs and let them be what they are and learn from them. What helps you view the bloopers and the bull's-eyes of life from multiple perspectives?
[image description: A smiling heart stands holding a bag labeled, "MISTAKES," near three receptacles under a large sign that reads, "COMPOST: 1) mistakes, 2)..., 3)..."]
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