I’m Right and You’re Wrong.


Dont you just want to say that sometimes?

Go ahead.

Do it.


Mark D. Jordahl – Kampala

About Mark D. Jordahl

Mark Jordahl is a writer, trip leader and naturalist who has lived much of the last 7 years in Uganda and currently calls Colorado home.
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2 Responses to I’m Right and You’re Wrong.

  1. maggie tidwell says:

    I’ve found you have to say it real fast and then run away. But it is satisfying…

  2. Yes I feel that way, and then I remember that old query, “Would you rather be right or would you rather be happy?” Letting go of being right is for me a step towards happiness. I guess saying it with conviction and moving on can work too.

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