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I got to confess I had committed many mistakes through my life, a few very costly, and what is worst, the most grave with no remedy!
As we age, we slowly, or suddenly we realize, this fact, and grieve us, what to do?
When you do not even have the chance to ask for forgiveness, or do nothing to repair them, your heart grows heavy with pain, and despair, and we only have a tool in repentance, and prayer if you are a believer, those who are not, I wonder what they do? What their hearts tell them to do, and how can they lift the heavy weight of guilt from their hearts, I guess despair, pain, and tears and regret are common to our Human condition, and also our burden.
To have a conscience it’s good, but it would had being better not to acquire it after the fact from our mistakes.
The acquisition from mankind consciousness, no doubt a good thing, since at least set us on a straight path, not of those who err, and fail. The burden of being Human, is to be moral, and distinguish good, from wrong, or even evil.
We toil through our life trying to avoid the wrong path that leads us to the way of despair, and sorrow. And on it we discover who we are, our many weaknesses, and reflect that we need to be better, to not incurring in the same ways who bring us repentance and sorrow.
There’s no shame in asking for forgiveness, not to do it, just make us more loaded with hopelessness, bitterness, and misery. So asking for forgiveness it’s the most beautiful thing for a heavy heart.
Let’s all walk, on the beautiful path, ahead of us, and do not go stray, or lose our way.
And if you care, and are a believer pray for Grace:
“Lord, I ask that you give me the strength to forgive. I ask that you place on my heart a spirit of forgiveness. I know this person said (he or she) was sorry. (He or she) knows what happened was wrong.
I repent also from my mistakes, and those who I aggravated, and injured, or suffered because of me, in any way, or form.”