Divine Love comes to our rescue

What are we to do when we've made a mistake that we feel is so great that there's no way we can atone or make up for it? This is one of the hardest questions that people have to face.

And, while the passing of time may dull the memory of something, we know that such dulling is not the healing we long for. A reader of the Sentinel wrote a letter to me. He said, "... For the past few months I ... have been going through a fiery furnace experience such as I have never had before...."

He mentions family difficulties. Speaking of his former wife and their children, he goes on to say, "... I have struggled with the idea that I have failed them in a way that can never be fixed. ... Perhaps you could address the issue of seemingly irrevocable failure in an editorial sometime."

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December 16, 1991

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