Hey, sorry I killed you by mistake.
Could you please be alive now. Sorry.
No, your sorry can not bring a person from death. Your sorry is not enough and will never be because you murdered someone. And neither it’s enough when you murder someone’s feelings. A person is deeply hurt by the soul when emotions are hurt and trust is broken, the wound cannot be beheld with eyes but the scar will never diminish from the soul. How can your sorry be enough when it can’t mend the broken pieces of hearts, feelings or whether the things?
Nowadays, saying sorry is as common as breathing.
Sorry I broke your trust.
Sorry it was by mistake.
Sorry, did i hurt you?
Sorry I was frustrated that time.
Sorry I left your heart into pieces.
Sorry, I wasn’t me that time.
Sorry I killed you.
Sorry…for etc etc…
Sorry is just an apology to someone for something that you’ve done which can never be exact again but you realize your deeds. Sometimes people confess that they feel sorry but are not in reality, or to not exaggerate things. Sorry is now a common phrase in our day to day life, but saying sorry is never enough. Broken things, shattered heart, ravaged feelings or obliterated soul can never be cured again and obviously not from your “sorry”. We should keep in mind before saying/doing something that our words/actions may not hurt someone’s emotion.
A cracked bone can be healed but not the wound on the soul, so think before saying something because your ‘sorry’ will not be enough then.
Yet a coin has always two sides. That’s why “sorry” sometimes has an important role to play. Apologising means that you choose forgiveness because you want to make things right, yet sorry doesn’t make things go back to normal but it will ensure that things will settle down to its best.
“Sorry means you leave yourself open, to embrace or to ridicule or to revenge. Sorry is a question that begs forgiveness, because the metronome of a good heart won’t settle until things are set right and true. Sorry doesn’t take things back, but it pushes things forward. It bridges the gap. Sorry is a sacrament. It’s an offering. A gift.” -Craig Silvey
Saying sorry doesn’t make you inferior, but it means that you’re condoning your remorse and it gives hope to your relationship. Saving your relationship is more crucial than your pride, so never think twice before asking for forgiveness it may save your relationship from future misconceptions. Likewise forgiving someone is the greater you can do, pardoning requires even the strongest heart. And sometimes it becomes necessary for your own stability and serenity. “Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace.” -Jonathan Lockwood
Despite, sometimes sorry is enough and sometimes it never is. Choose your words wisely and resist your actions in the control. It’s just that it depends on the predicament and understanding between the two.
“Sorry is requisite according to the situation but don’t formulate it as a tradition.”
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