Saying Sorry Doesn’t Always Make it Right!

17 Mar

The Mistakes you can make have such consequences. At first you might think it’s nothing, that it couldn’t possibly do any harm. And then you realise it’s not nothing, it did do a lot of harm and you are paying for it.

Sometimes you may insult a friend out of anger or out of pride and hate, and then by the time you try to apologize and make it right, it turns out to be too late. You’ve lost one person you could never get back. You try so hard to make it right, you give everything you got to show how sorry you are, and yet nothing can make it right.

I guess what I’m trying to say is, don’t make that mistake, because once you do, you will regret it. You would have lost something precious and unique. Sorry can’t make everything right, it can’t take back the things you might have said or done. But we can still try. Because even though they are just words, in our hearts they have a meaning. To be sorry for that mistake, to wish we could change it even if we can’t because only our hearts truly know the true pain of our actions. 

So if you hurt a friend or let them down, make sure you are ready for the consequences because it might be the last time you have them in your life!

Friendship is too precious a gift to be lost so hold onto your loved ones with all your strength and never let them go!

True Friendship

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Posted by on March 17, 2011 in Me. You. US


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One response to “Saying Sorry Doesn’t Always Make it Right!

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