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Doing the wrong thing can be corrected. Being wrong, on the other hand, is a fatal flaw. When being who we are—our essence—is deemed wrong, everything we touch becomes contaminated. Our innate wrongness becomes the filter through which we see the world and measure our worth, value, and deservedness.