About being fair.
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- Age 18
We are all human and humans will always make mistakes. Even when you are in a very high position. Even when you are trusted to control something as huge as a country. You see, you'll never have the ability to never make a mistake. We all will never have the ability to never make a mistake.
So now that you and I know the truth, don't you ever put yourself in that safe zone and pretend like you have no fault. Like you are free from any sin. It's unfair to act like that. You are betraying humanity by doing that. By leaving everything, that should have been your responsibility, to someone else.
Admitting that you are mistaken is wise.
I do know it's hard when you are in a position where everyone respects you and if you apologize it may ruin every inch of the good reputation you had, or built before. But,
Have you ever put yourself in someone else's place who got that blame?
When you admit your mistake, people will try to understand and tender their heart. Even though it may take time, they will forgive you. Somehow after apologizing everything just becomes easier as it balanced.
That's what I feel when I admit my mistakes.
And also what I feel when somebody asks me for forgiveness.
I experienced it already, what about you?