Last night I told someone to go to hell. Yep, you read that right. I told someone on Facebook who is an acquaintance of a friend of mine to go to hell. My reason was that she was not being nice. Her unwavering devotion to the current President of the United States she was saying some very mean and nasty things about Joe Biden. I realize that people say mean things about The President too but that is for another post.
Needless to say, it was not my best moment, but I was sticking up for my friend and the debate had me a little emotionally charged.
Being human means that you are going to make mistakes and do things that you shouldn’t. I know I disappointed and surprised some people.
This makes me feel like a hypocrite for being a believer and not showing kindness and love to my neighbor. Believe me this makes me feel embarrassed. My friends I need to do better.
Making mistakes is better than faking perfection.
Being a human means making mistakes.
Mistakes are how you really succeed.
Everyone screws up, it’s a terminal condition of being human beings. You will make a mistake every now and then and you know its OK. We will hurt others or do other things we truly regret. Thinking about what you are about to do can minimize life’s errors. However there are sometimes the failure to think can really impact your life and the lives of others. We live in a hyper-connected world today and your mistakes could be online in minutes.
You gotta be careful. Something you do might impact someone seriously. A best practice when one does something wrong its good to admit responsibility, say you are sorry then move on and hope a lesson has been learned. However there is always the possibility you will repeat the same mistake which happens. I am not always good about learning my lessons, so I have been told. I tend to be sorry even for things I didn’t do which is a serious quirk I have. Remember no one is perfect. No one, sorry to say.
When one makes a mistake it always sucks. I realize no one is perfect but you know that it can impact how people see you. We are only human and therefore imperfect and flawed as individuals. You have to learn and move on from it all.