One of the most difficult and painful things to do in life is to admit one's mistakes.
Most of us hesitate to confess our mistakes. We are equally reluctant to express regret, and it is a rare person who tries to make amends or even simply render a heartfelt apology.
It is this reluctance of most people to admit that they've committed a mistake that forms the root of much human strife. An unforgiving, unrepentant nature - whether among individuals, families, communities or nations - is responsible for misunderstandings that lead to enmity and hatred.
Do you have a hard time admitting when you're wrong? Do you suppose that if people did it more often, there would be hate, anger and violence in the world?
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