For every hypersensitive soul who searches for slights that may or may not be there and then complains about them, there must be legions who either shrug off genuine slights or tuck them away and move on.
John F. Kennedy said to forgive your enemies but never forget their names. Small wounds can produce long memories. All of us have inadvertently slighted someone, possibly without even suspecting any harm. We should silently pray that our victims have a statute of limitations.
But do we have one as well?