Why Not?

“Why not rather be wronged?

Why not rather be cheated?”

1 Corinthians 6:7

To be wronged is to be cut off in traffic without feeling the need to fire back with a finger.

To be wrong is when your server forgets to place your order you don’t short their tip.

To be wronged is to be over charged.

To be wronged is to take the blame for someone else’s mistake.

To be wrong is to be taken advantage of, defrauded or mistreated.

To be wronged is to fail at a task because of misinformation. Then not point out to the person pointing out your failure, it was they who provided you with the wrong information.

To be wronged is to explain again, an again and once again.

To be wronged is to state your case and live with the results even if they don’t go your way.

To be wrong is to have something of your’s dirtied, broken or consumed expecting it not to be cleaned, fixed or replaced.

To be wronged is to make a return trip because of an error you did not make, but without making a scene.

To be wronged is to be lied to…again.

To be wronged is to be disrespected.

To be wronged is to be misrepresent while forgoing attempts to correct the representation.

To be wronged is to be gracious, generous and compassionate when there is no good reason for it.

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