In one of his books, William Blake, English poet, painter, and visual artistry pioneer (1757 – 1827), wrote the following proverb: “The fox condemns the trap, not himself.1

How true this is of many today, especially politicians, who blame everyone and everything else for their troubles. They are not sorry for what they did, they’re upset because they got caught. Remember, there is no such thing as an honest mistake, but there is such a thing as being honest when you make a mistake. – Dr. Robert R Seyda

1 The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake, Boston, John W. Luce and Co., 1906, p. 15

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Retired missionary, pastor, seminary professor, Board Certified Chaplain and American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Director.
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