Forgive Quickly : be the first to say sorry
written for Sarah’s View series
Saying sorry if you did something wrong to another person, or even if you didn’t do anything, saying I’m sorry is admitting that you did something wrong or said something wrong. It makes you a better person to say I am sorry. If you really meant to say I’m sorry from the heart. If you just say sorry, it doesn’t mean anything.
It is important to admit that you are wrong so you can fix what you did. It makes you a good person and that you can be trusted. Sometimes you can lose trust and saying I’m sorry helps that.
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