However, a couple of Sundays ago I was reminded of an even better feeling than being right about sentence structure in a blog: Being wrong. My Washington Redskins have an absolutely ABYSMAL record against the St. Louis Rams. Lots of history there, almost all of it bad for us. I thought for sure that we were going to lose, and then we didn't. Every time that we would make a play, I told myself that it was an aberration and that an interception was coming on the next play (which turned out to be four days later). By the time we got to the closing minutes of the fourth quarter, I realized that we really were going to win, and it was fantastic. I was dead wrong and yet felt so alive!
The best thing that you can be is wrong. If you weren't wrong, then you're as good as you're going to be. Being wrong means that things could possibly be infinitely better than you think.