To err is human; to forgive is divine. But are we divine?To see every human being doing mistakes is so common. And we do have too many people doing so many mistakes. For instance, those who are 40 years now somehow refuse to take care of their old parents who are now 80 plus. Yet, the parents forgive them. They lead pretty ordinary lives in temple towns where they visit the temples so regularly and then suddenly fall so ill. They forgive their sons or daughters. They just die and those who are near them do the final rites.
This experience gets repeated again and again. This is the last generation, now around 45 or 50 years, with parents who are 70 and above. Sometimes there are three children and the toss is made to take care of parents. Similarly, do we see politicians dig up small mistakes of their opponents and go hammer and tongs after them, for sheer political reasons. And mostly by spending public money.
When are we going to become divine?