Be happy or have reason?

THE TEXT IS GOOD, SMALL AND INTERESTING TO THINK ABOUT BEING HAPPY OR REASONING?

Eight at night, on a busy avenue. The couple is already late to have dinner at a friend’s house. The address is new and she consulted on map before leaving. He drives the car. She guides and asks to turn, on the next street, on the left. He is sure it is on the right. They argue.

Realizing that in addition to being late, they could become moody, she let him decide. He turns right and realizes then that he was wrong.

Although with difficulty, he admits that heinsisted on the wrong way, while making the comeback. She smiles and says, no problem if they arrive a few minutes late. But he still wants to know:

– If you had so much sure that I was going the wrong way you should have insisted a little more…

And she says,

– Between being right and being happy, I’d rather be happy. We were on the verge of a discussion, if I insisted more, we would have spoiled the night!

MORAL OF THE STORY

This little story was told by a business woman during a lecture on simplicity in the world of work. She used the scene to illustrate how much energy we spend just to show that we are right, regardless of whether you are or not. Since I heard this story, I have often wondered,

‘Do I want to be happy or right?’

Another similar thought says:

‘Never justify yourself, friends don’t need and enemies don’t believe.’

SENSATIONAL!!!!!

DON’T CRITICIZE, DON’T CONDEMN AND DON’T COMPLAIN!