O, but I am right

Tony Robbins always asks this question: “Do I want to be right or do I want to be loved?” Loved, right? (Pun consequential 🙃)

Even if you are damn right, go with love. Do not store love like you are going to retire with it, give it freely because you are made of it.

Because your death and my death is not certain. What if we have a fight today and tomorrow I die? Nope, I do not want to die with heartaches with my loved ones. So don’t you.

Right? Yeah, be right by choosing love.


Author: Nishtha Gehija

Energetic, bold and novel self help author of "This Is What You Are Looking For"

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