Being Right
And knowing that doesn't mean a thing 

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There is that idea that as you get older you become more stubborn to change or newness. I like to think it's a stubbornness against bullshit or things that oppose your sense of morality. Agreeing to disagree or ignoring the entire topic all together are valid ways of dealing, but when do you know what's worth getting stubborn about and what's not? I feel like I'm at the stage where I'm cementing some of those non-negotiables or things that just get my goat regardless. Things that I see as not a matter of right and wrong but of respect and equality. We live in a world where finding true equality or even peace seems like that constant uphill battle where progression is really determined by each person. But I would like to believe that I am forming an opinion and a stance that helps to empower and uplift people and the values through what I have experienced. There is always going to be that side of me that will want to be liked and be perceived as nice, but I want to make sure that there is also that other side that knows what's right and wrong and what's worth caring about and amplifying. It's not about just being right, it's about being right for me by me.