To err is human, to forgive divine.
We all make mistakes. I made one that sticks out like a sore thumb. Fitting because my thumb made the error.
I’m trying to make peace with it and move on. Because life’s too short to get hung up over insignificant mistakes that don’t matter in the grand scheme of things.
I’m not perfect. I’ll never claim to be. But I do my best.
When I make a mistake, even if I’m only the one aware of it, I’m more motivated to work harder in order to compensate for my error.
I’m so hard on myself. I beat my mind up for messing up.
But I realize in a few months or days, a lot of mistakes won’t matter to me anymore. I’ll make many more in the days to follow. I’ll have other concerns and worries.
I’m old, so old. 20 years to be exact. I am still learning to move on.
Humans make mistakes. We tend to have good intentions, but the result isn’t always what we intended. That’s okay. Live and learn, right?
I will go to my grave believing everything in life happens for a reason. If it was meant to be, it will be. If it wasn’t meant to happen, it won’t.
Things work out. Sometimes even better than we could’ve expected.
For many reasons, I try to publish a blog post every day, which obviously increases my odds of making more mistakes. But I know if I don’t challenge myself, I won’t change. And I’m all for challenges. Even though changes aren’t always easy, I rather change for the better than never change at all.
Thank you to everyone who forgave me for my mistakes. Now to forgive myself.
Forgiving thy self. What do I know about that? I’m more forgiving of others for small human errors. But I can’t help but hold myself to near impossible standards.
I wonder how often people even notice my mistakes. Maybe I shouldn’t worry as much.
Mess up but learn and move on.