AVERAGE: Those who make common mistakes.
GIFTED: Those who make uncommon mistakes.
STUPID: Those who continue to make the same mistakes, again and again.
INTELLIGENT: Those who stop making some mistakes and move on to others.
IGNORANT: Those who have not made enough mistakes to anticipate future ones.
INFORMED: Those who have made enough mistakes that they ought to know better already.
FOOLISH: Those who think their past mistakes cannot happen again.
WISE: Those who can anticipate and, theoretically, avoid some future mistakes based on past ones.
HYPOCRITICAL: Those who pretend they never make mistakes.
HONEST: Those who admit they make mistakes.
ARROGANT: Those who delight in pointing out other people's mistakes.
COMPASSIONATE: Those who help other people work through their mistakes.
HATEFUL: Those who cannot move past other people's mistakes.
MERCIFUL: Those who forgive other people's mistakes.
INSECURE: Those who are afraid to make mistakes.
COURAGEOUS: Those who risk enormous mistakes, out of necessity.
RECKLESS: Those who risk enormous mistakes, for no good reason.
DELIBERATE: Those who choose the mistakes that cause least harm.
DESPONDENT: Those who cannot move past the mistakes they have made.
REPENTANT: Those who seek, and accept, forgiveness for their mistakes.
RUTHLESS: Those who are unaffected by their own mistakes.
VICIOUS: Those who enjoy their own mistakes.
SELF-RIGHTEOUS: Those who are always handy with a rationale or justification for their mistakes.
EMPATHETIC: Those who try to understand the mistakes others make.
SADISTIC: Those who enjoy the mistakes others make.
ACCOUNTABLE: Those who take responsibility for the mistakes of others in their family or organization.
MISTAKEN: Any worldview that does not see mistakes, and worse than mistakes, as the fundamental constant in human nature.
RIGHTEOUS: The one man who made no mistakes; and who became accountable for the mistakes of all people - i.e., Jesus of Nazareth.
JUSTIFIED: Those whose mistakes God disregards, reckoning them to be righteous since Jesus was held accountable for their mistakes - and worse than mistakes.
PARADOXICAL: The nature of faith -- which is, simultaneously, 1) a gift that God gives us and renews to us through Baptism, Gospel, and Sacrament; 2) our personally trusting in the righteousness of Jesus to make us righteous before God; 3) the basis on which God reckons us righteous, instantly and completely, without any reference to our works; and 4) something that can be small or great, weak or strong, and that, if properly nurtured, can and should grow and bear fruit in holy lives and deeds.