January 1, 2023

Being Wrong in 2023

Jesse Singal has a hope for going into the new year. He wants us to rediscover simply being wrong.

In 2023, I hope we can rediscover wrongness. Mere wrongness. Wrongness untethered from other accusations. Not everything that is wrong is dangerous or evil or bigoted. Sometimes people are just wrong. A big part of human life is arguing over who is wrong and attempting to nudge this whole ungainly human enterprise toward rightness, a few painstaking microns at a time. It’s harder to do that when the pitch of everything is so shrill.

Let’s ratchet down the vitriol and recognize that sometimes we will just disagree, and depending on the subject, maybe that’s okay.

In 2023, Let’s Rediscover Wrongness

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