Sorry with no additives

“I’m sorry,” doesn’t mean what’s it supposed to mean because even at the point where we do wrong we still want to justify our wrongness.

“I’m sorry,” means I hurt you intentionally or unintentionally, it doesn’t matter, the fault remains mine.

I do believe though, that we should have some form of explanation.

But most of the time, in the midst of explaining, we lose the meaning of why we’re saying sorry in the first place.

I’m still not the master of saying this out because of the tendency of being wrong rightly.

I want to learn to say “I’m sorry,” because I did something wrong. And then it should end there.

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