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“To err is human, to forgive, divine.” Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism, quoted on goodreads.com  There is a lot of misunderstanding about divine forgiveness. You see, when anyone understands a situation from a higher vantage point, one realizes there is nothing to forgive. Earth is a place of confusion, and most of us err […]

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“Hope springs eternal.”  An Essay on Man by Alexander Pope, 1732   After Alexander Pope penned this phrase in 1732, it quickly became proverbial. That is because it rings true for many of us, and it is based on Truth. On a higher Truth, related not to our physical nature, but to our spiritual nature. Deep […]

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