To err is human and no human is devoid of errors. But if a person learns from his errors and corrects his mistakes, never to repeat them, he improves his life. It needs a lot of courage and determination and magnanimity to confess one’s own errors. As Mohan Das Gandhi said, “Confession of errors is like a broom that sweeps away the dirt and leaves the surface brighter and clearer”.
This may seem difficult for others but Gandhi practiced it and made it seem simple. We need not look for any external sources or others to point out our errors. Our conscience is the best thing to do it because it is the mirror of our soul and represents the errors that we have committed. So, listen carefully to the voice of your conscience and rectify the errors to live an error free and peaceful life.