Gil Fronsdal leads a Guided Meditation Dharmette: What's Not Wrong. Some people are oriented to noticing what's wrong, searching for the problem to fix it. That's the orientation of their eyes.
Some people specialize in what's wrong with themselves. Spending time looking at oneself, with a certain kind of conceit.
Another orientation is, what's wrong with everyone else. Or what's wrong with the situation.
So the degree to which these attitudes or these kind of frameworks people use can actually be very powerful to change the framework and maybe even take it to an experiment with the opposite. And so, this wrong and what's wrong, the interesting one to say instead, what's not wrong.