Therefore, you question your actions and your own motives. That’s a good thing.

The fact that you’re ASKING the question at all, tells me that in some sense, no, you’re not less tolerant. Rather, you’re more aware that you make decisions and realize you _could_ be wrong *or* right.

Therefore, you question your actions and your own motives. That’s a good thing.

“Was I too hasty?” I don’t know.
“Was it wrong?” I don’t know.

I just think it’s good that you’re questioning yourself on it. In the end, you may say, “I’m justified”. In the end you may say, “I’m was wrong”. In the end, you may waver back and forth and never feel certain.

They’re all ok. It’s the self-questioning at all that I like seeing but that’s because I’m introspective and biased towards that way.

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