Please don’t feel ashamed. Rather, simply be contrite when and where appropriate.
Be vigilant to lessons learned and for ways to apply them.
Be prepared to make amends in simple, practical ways that you can. Without extreme sacrifice. And from a place of admitted human frailty. From sincere desire. And from love. And do so with a sense of purposefulness and the pride of knowing that you are doing the best you can.
That is much more than most people do.
It is not a crime to be human.
And I’ve never known anyone who gets up in the morning, looks in the mirror and asks, “Gee, I wonder if I can find a great way to screw up my life today?”
Things happen. We misjudge. We misstep. We make mistakes. We learn. We live. We move on.
— ken winston caine, feb. 2, 2013
for Tago. For me. And for you, too…
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