quotes tagged with 'mistake'

ď...isnít it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?Ē

Author: LM Montgomery, Source: Anne of Green GablesSaved by l1nds4y in life future mistake tomorrow 3 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Itís alright if you strike out, but at least take a couple of swings!

Author: n/a, Source: Hall PassSaved by l1nds4y in effort mistake 3 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Lifeís all about making mistakes, and deathís about wishing you made more.

Author: n/a, Source: Bounty HunterSaved by l1nds4y in life mistake death 3 years ago[save this] [permalink]

A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

Author: Douglas Adams, Source: UnknownSaved by ImaWriterIII in mistake fool foolish DouglasAdams 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

That happens in marriages, too, and in the other relationships we have. I can't tell you the number of couples I have counseled who, when they are deeply hurt or even just deeply stressed, reach farther and farther into the past to find yet a bigger brick to throw through the window "pain" of their marriage. When something is over and done with, when it has been repented of as fully as it can be repented of, when life has moved on as it should and a lot of other wonderfully good things have happened since then, it is not right to go back and open up some ancient wound which the Son of God Himself died trying to heal. Let people repent. Let people grow. Believe that people can change, and improve. Is that faith? Yes! Is it hope? Yes! Is it charity? Yes! Above all it is charity, the pure love of Christ. If something is buried in the past, leave it buried. Don't keep going back with your little sand pail and beach shovel to dig it up, wave it around, and then throw it at someone saying, "Hey! Do you remember this?" Splat! Well, guess what? That is probably going to result in some ugly morsel being dug up out of your landfill with the reply, "Yeah, I remember it. Do you remember this?" Splat. And everyone comes out of that exchange dirty and muddy and unhappy and hurt, when what our Father in Heaven pleads for is cleanliness and kindness and happiness and healing.

Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/56453/Elder-Jeffrey-R-Ho...Saved by cboyack in history sin repentance relationship marriage forget forgiveness past mistake atonement repent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

That happens in marriages, too, and in the other relationships we have. I can't tell you the number of couples I have counseled who, when they are deeply hurt or even just deeply stressed, reach farther and farther into the past to find yet a bigger brick to throw through the window "pain" of their marriage. When something is over and done with, when it has been repented of as fully as it can be repented of, when life has moved on as it should and a lot of other wonderfully good things have happened since then, it is not right to go back and open up some ancient wound which the Son of God Himself died trying to heal. Let people repent. Let people grow. Believe that people can change, and improve. Is that faith? Yes! Is it hope? Yes! Is it charity? Yes! Above all it is charity, the pure love of Christ. If something is buried in the past, leave it buried. Don't keep going back with your little sand pail and beach shovel to dig it up, wave it around, and then throw it at someone saying, "Hey! Do you remember this?" Splat! Well, guess what? That is probably going to result in some ugly morsel being dug up out of your landfill with the reply, "Yeah, I remember it. Do you remember this?" Splat. And everyone comes out of that exchange dirty and muddy and unhappy and hurt, when what our Father in Heaven pleads for is cleanliness and kindness and happiness and healing.

Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/56453/Elder-Jeffrey-R-Ho...Saved by dyejo in history sin repentance relationship marriage forget forgiveness past mistake atonement repent holland byu 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

That happens in marriages, too, and in the other relationships we have. I can't tell you the number of couples I have counseled who, when they are deeply hurt or even just deeply stressed, reach farther and farther into the past to find yet a bigger brick to throw through the window "pain" of their marriage. When something is over and done with, when it has been repented of as fully as it can be repented of, when life has moved on as it should and a lot of other wonderfully good things have happened since then, it is not right to go back and open up some ancient wound which the Son of God Himself died trying to heal. Let people repent. Let people grow. Believe that people can change, and improve. Is that faith? Yes! Is it hope? Yes! Is it charity? Yes! Above all it is charity, the pure love of Christ. If something is buried in the past, leave it buried. Don't keep going back with your little sand pail and beach shovel to dig it up, wave it around, and then throw it at someone saying, "Hey! Do you remember this?" Splat! Well, guess what? That is probably going to result in some ugly morsel being dug up out of your landfill with the reply, "Yeah, I remember it. Do you remember this?" Splat. And everyone comes out of that exchange dirty and muddy and unhappy and hurt, when what our Father in Heaven pleads for is cleanliness and kindness and happiness and healing.

Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/56453/Elder-Jeffrey-R-Ho...Saved by cboyack in history sin repentance relationship marriage forget forgiveness past mistake atonement repent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

That happens in marriages, too, and in the other relationships we have. I can't tell you the number of couples I have counseled who, when they are deeply hurt or even just deeply stressed, reach farther and farther into the past to find yet a bigger brick to throw through the window "pain" of their marriage. When something is over and done with, when it has been repented of as fully as it can be repented of, when life has moved on as it should and a lot of other wonderfully good things have happened since then, it is not right to go back and open up some ancient wound which the Son of God Himself died trying to heal. Let people repent. Let people grow. Believe that people can change, and improve. Is that faith? Yes! Is it hope? Yes! Is it charity? Yes! Above all it is charity, the pure love of Christ. If something is buried in the past, leave it buried. Don't keep going back with your little sand pail and beach shovel to dig it up, wave it around, and then throw it at someone saying, "Hey! Do you remember this?" Splat! Well, guess what? That is probably going to result in some ugly morsel being dug up out of your landfill with the reply, "Yeah, I remember it. Do you remember this?" Splat. And everyone comes out of that exchange dirty and muddy and unhappy and hurt, when what our Father in Heaven pleads for is cleanliness and kindness and happiness and healing.

Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/56453/Elder-Jeffrey-R-Ho...Saved by dyejo in history sin repentance relationship marriage forget forgiveness past mistake atonement repent holland byu 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

There is something in us, at least in too many of us, that particularly fails to forgive and forget earlier mistakes in life -- either mistakes we ourselves have made or the mistakes of others. That is not good. It is not Christian. It stands in terrible opposition to the grandeur and majesty of the Atonement of Christ. To be tied to earlier mistakes -- our own or other people's -- is the worst kind of wallowing in the past from which we are called to cease and desist.

Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/56453/Elder-Jeffrey-R-Ho...Saved by cboyack in history sin repentance forgiveness past mistake atonement repent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Every marriage is a mistake. Some people just cope with their mistakes better than others.
Author: Salvador Minuchin, Source: 1999 Erickson Conference, as cited in Handbook of the Clinical Treatment of Infidelity, Eds. Fred P. Piercy; Katherine M. Hertlein, Ph.D.; Joseph L. Wetchler, Ph.D.Saved by elb1179 in marriage mistake affair 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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