'To err is human; to forgive, divine.' We cannot argue with this old saying. Or can we? I am inclined to take issue with the word 'err'. It is such a little word. It looks like an abbreviation for the word 'error'. Yet an error sounds like a small thing, a minor mistake, a slip of the tongue or the pen. Why would anyone ever resist the idea of forgiving such a thing? But there is just as strong a case for extending forgiveness, even to those whose transgressions are far, far, greater. Still, today, a process of letting go could be so healthy.