Understanding and Forgiveness

We are much better off if the proverb, “to understand all is to forgive all,” is not true for us. Insofar as it is true, we are likely to try to insure that we do not understand — because we know full well that we do not want to forgive.

Once again, the perfect is the enemy of the good.

One response to “Understanding and Forgiveness”

  1. Dan

    “The perfect is the enemy of the good” – wonderfully succinct. Nevermind that we don’t want to forgive – we’re certainly never going to understand all.