June 24, 2019
You make mistakes for a really good reason. The words being used here are subjective, and you each will use your own interpretations, but we will also give you ours. A mistake is an action you take that causes you to feel some manner of discomfort.
The questions that are valuable for you now are, why did you take that action, and what did you hope to gain? When you earnestly listen for the answer, it will come. Here are some common ones. You were unwilling to take the action you wanted because you feared the consequences. You took the action because it has been a habitual pattern of behavior of yours that does not serve you, which you failed to recognize, but now you have, and because of that, you can change. Now were they really mistakes?