When we concentrate on the negative and overlook the positive, we do ourselves a disservice. When we look back over our past and see our mistakes — or “sins” as some religions call it — and not the positive, loving, Divine-like things we have accomplished, we hold ourselves in a prison of our own making. As a father, I tend to forgive and forget the mistakes my children make and only hold onto the happy memories. I hope they can see themselves the way I see them. Yes, they made mistakes, but it doesn’t make them less lovable or any less my child.
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