I’m sorry ~ Rich DeVos

Life is filled with events for which the phrase “I’m sorry” can be powerful. Expressing these two little words may be difficult at times, but getting into the habit of using this phrase is well worth the risk and will enrich your life and the lives of others. You will turn from feeling you need to rationalize of defend what you know in your heart was behavior that was wrong or hurtful. Saying the words will lift the burden of a conscience weighed down by keeping silent. Your words will be enriching to the person to whom you apologize. Saying “I’m sorry” will validate your concern for them and your desire to patch a relationship that otherwise might be damaged or ended simply for the failure to say two words


~ by Samuel Wirawibawa on October 15, 2011.

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