We have all all have made a big mistake at some point.
A mistake so big, that we couldn’t believe ourselves.
Yet, with time and self-reflection, we forgive ourselves.
We move on.
Then how is it that we not forgive someone else when they make a big mistake?
Why are our standards of acceptance very hard for others, while very easy to percolate for us?
What stops us from forgiving others?
Forgiving must come as easy to others, as it comes to our own selves.