They say, 'To err is human but to forgive is divine.' Most of us relate to this according to our own definition of a category to which we belong. You and I are human. Whoever told us that we were also divine? And even if we can recall some faint whisper along these lines, can we be sure of the source and of how much authority we should attribute to this? Events this week, may yet persuade you that the most important thing that any human ever needs to forgive themselves for, is believing the fallacy that they are not intrinsically divine.