Yusiana Basukis Blog - To err is human; To forgive, divine (Alexander Pope) - September 11, 2017 10:00
The meaning and origin of the expression: To err is human
We all know this popular adage, but what does it really mean? Well, as humans, we all make mistakes — whether or not we want to admit to them is another thing entirely! However, when it comes to forgiveness, many of us would rather hold on to our hurts, our resentments and our anger than forgive the one who has done us wrong. Usually, we tend to think of forgiveness as benefiting only the one who is guilty of the wrongdoing. But what about the forgiver?
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