Darkness cannot recognize light. Only light can recognize light. (Eckhart Tolle)
Every miracle is but the end of an illusion. (A Course in Miracles)

Error can be corrected, and wrong made right. (A Course in Miracles)

Forgiveness is seeing wrong as merely error—as ultimately correctable and unreal.

If wrongs are correctable, then it is our job to correct. Correction is not possible through attack or punishment, and this becomes self-evident when we consider what sin is.

Sin is where love is not. Error is anything done without love. The correction to lack of love is, therefore, perfect love. Perfect love shines the light of truth on error—exposing the illusion and instantly dispelling it.

When truth has been brought to light, error instantly loses its power and allure. With the light of understanding comes the need for complete forgiveness. We forgive ourselves, we forgive our brothers and sisters.

Anything less than total forgiveness is an attempt to make error real. Non-forgiveness would have us cling to a story and create false identities based on the ego’s need to judge, shame, blame and play victim. This is the real error because here you have forgotten about love.

Today we begin to recognize all error as a cry for loving correction. We continue tomorrow and each day after that.