Constructive Sorrow

Source of Inspiration

“I’m sorry,” does not always mean
that the person has sorrow
for what he did.

True sorrow can be used
for honest self-examination,
not morbid self-condemnation
and the punishment of guilt.

Let’s use, “I’m sorry”
spoken with humility
as a bridge to others
and a crossroad for ourselves.

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