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Constructive Sorrow

January 29, 2014

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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