A public apology, and lesson in private personal growth

Image of Cal ThomasLiving a principled life based on morals and conscience doesn’t mean you will live like a perfect saint without flaw. None of us can do that.

Conservative columnist Cal Thomas made a transgression against his own moral principles that he traded for a moment of public aggrandizement. How he came to terms with his mistake, reconciled himself to himself, and then made amends to a person he harmed in the process, serves as a wonderful example to us all

Read his humble and instructive account here.

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