|Today’s challenge: Just say sorry|
“I’m sorry” has a power that’s beyond belief.
Just say it!
|Some people always have their apology in the planning stages,|
and there are others who suppress their apology and can’t get it out.
Some people need to have their apologies squeezed out with force,
and there are others who’s apology is never whole.
Some people say they’re sorry so many times its hard to know when they really mean it,
and there are others who will never apologize unless the other person apologizes too.
Some people whispertheir apology so quietly it is barely heard,
and there are others who never think to ask forgiveness.
For some people sorry is nothing but a game of words,
and for others their apology is part of a strategic plan.
For some people sorry lifts their spirit and carries them far,
and for others sorry opens up locked doors.
Some people are separated by just one apology,
And others are re-united by just one apology
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