Apology

Apology doesn’t mean that you are wrong and the other person is right or vice versa. We apologise because we tend to care about our relationship more than our ego. If we apologise for our mistakes we let go of the baggage (of guilt) that we carry.

But I heard somewhere that an apology should never be refused with an excuse.

How much do you want to suffer?

Don’t you miss happiness?

Don’t you miss smiling?

So give them (those who made a mistake especially the ones you who made it unintentionally) another chance. Erase all your fears, erase all the troubles, erase your ego and have the courage to say ‘sorry’ and the wisdom to forgive.

We know it all, were all best friends. And maybe this moment would not come again. “

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