When something fails to happen the way you had planned, always think about what you could have done differently to better prepare or better plan or better explain things to the participants. Maybe you didn't adequately explain things or give adequate instructions relating to the plans.
It's your obligation to adequately make proper plans and make clear explanations of what is expected of others. Make sure that you have covered all bases rather than later blaming someone else for not performing up to your expectations even though you have been sketchy in your explanation and orders.
If you will always think about your areas of responsibility in the earth and in your relationships you will find that it's easier to forgive someone for his or her lackadaisical way of handling things when all the time your instructions and orders were actually the inefficient elements which later affected the outcome.
Blaming is easier than self examination, but self examination is the easier way to begin your forgiveness of others. It takes two to tango and it takes two to cause an upsetting situation.
When you find that you were inadequate in your instructions or expectations of others, you will forgive others for their failures and you will forgive yourself for your failure to adequately explain things.
Blanket forgiveness is what I desire of you. My blanket forgiveness is already established.
Matthew 6:12-15; Matthew 18:21-35; Mark 11:23-26; Luke 6:37;Luke 23;34; Romans 4:7-8; Ephesians 4:22.
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