“There is more than one right answer.”

-Dewitt Jones, National Geographic Photographer

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image from www.english-forlife.com

There is something satisfying about getting the right answer.

Take a trip down memory lane back to school, where the goal was to get 100% on a test, or a perfect score on the entrance exam for college. Striving for excellence or perfection can be the source of great upset and frustration since we humans quite often fall short of the mark.

There can be many paths to excellence and achievement. Today’s quote coaches us to relax a bit and determine what is right for us, which may not necessarily be what others or society dictate.


What are the right answers for you regarding the following questions?

  • Where do you most enjoy spending your free or leisure time?
  • What strategies work best for you in your marital and parenting relationships?
  • What qualities and attributes bring you the greatest happiness and life satisfaction?
  • Where else would it be of value to remember that there is no one right answer to any question or issue you face?