Tuesday, August 26, 2008

“Never ruin an apology with an excuse...”
~ Kimberly Johnson

11 comments:

ceedy said...

I agree with this statement.

But I also wonder if it is even worth apologizing to certain people in the first place!

Solitaire said...

Very well-said. I recently had someone apologize to me with a million stories behind the apology. When its a "YES I AM SORRY BUT....", it is to be assumed that the apology is not genuine.

Keshi said...

Good one!

But how many of us really follow that? :) cos we always look at the other person...we always expect the other person to say Sorry...but when it's our turn to say Sorry, we r often busy EXPLAINING our side of the story.



Keshi.

Keshi said...

And sometimes, we dun even say anything.

Im a person who likes talk things over...but I hv had friends who dun even respond to wut I hv to say. And that hurts more than anything.


Keshi.

Keshi said...

**likes TO talk things over

Hiren said...

@ceedy -> bro, if one is at fault and is sincerely regretting it then it shouldn't matter whom you are apologizing to ....

Hiren said...

@solitaire -> yep ... sorry has just become a word without any meaning ... and that applies to most of us as well ...

Hiren said...

@keshi -> hmmmm ... i agree with that ... see my comment to Solitaire ...

and abt friends not responding ... are they friends in the first place ???

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

Right said!

Happy weekend :)

Keshi said...

true...they dunno what friendship is..

Keshi.

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