March 13, 2011
Once I heard a saying “No one is perfect,” a very simple question just popped up over my head, “Is that so?” I always heard this saying after people have made mistakes. Is this saying used to just give those people an excuse or to just make that people feel better about themselves? And after feeling better, does that mean that people will stop making the same mistakes? Will people realize their mistakes and will they learn from their mistakes?
Well, I don’t really expect that people will learn from their mistakes, but I always love to offer chances to those who make mistakes.
I know that it’s a bit contradictory with the points I’ve raised, but that is me who always want to give people every chance to make any potential corrections and differences.