Let Your Heart Guid You. It Whispers, So Listen Carefully..

Let Your Heart Guide You. It Whispers, So Listen Carefully..

I think being me is one of th greatest bleassings from God. I don't have to try harder to get along with ppl around me, just be myself things would be easier tho. And I'll do my best with th time that i have in life. Never regrets th past, life's too short for me to be stuck in th past whr I can't change anything..

Monday, July 6, 2009

Hard To Say “IM SORRY”

I had never been a mornin’ person & wasn’t too happy about getting’ up as early as 6 am in th mornin’ everyday. Arrrgghhhh, am so sick of it! But, by hook or by crook, I have to, for th sake of internship! Sabar aja lah kan. Lol! Another 4 weeks to go, after tht, everythin’ will get bck to normal. Hee! Btw, when I woke up this mornin’, I get immediately to ponder why it is so hard for us to say sorry. It happened! I’ve been in ths situation once (or maybe more!). No doubt, it’s so frikin’ hard to utter th words IM SORRY, especially when we’re obviously wrong.

Am sure yall gonna agree with me if I says tht just th idea of havin’ to apologise for somethin’ we’ve done fills us with dread. Don’t yall? Moreover, it gets harder when we really have done somethin’ grievously wrong, like betrayin’ a friend’s confidence or sayin’ somethin’ hurtful in a CARELESS MOMENT. Hell, such a big mistake babes! For real, I was wonderin’ why we find it so hard to utter th 2 words “IM SORRY”, is really b’cus of our pride. For me, apologizin’ & admittin’ to our mistakes take responsibility, maturity, & humility on our part. All of which are not tht easy no matter whether u’re 17 or 60! Still, however hard it is, sayin’ sorry is vital in maintainin’ our relationship with a friend, parent or siblings, & not doin’ so when thr’s a need to can only make things worse. Undeniably, it’s like any other skill & habit, we’ve got to learn how to really say sorry & mean it. After all, thr’s nothin’ to lose if a relationship could be on th mean from it!

Whoa, I have to stop now. Still have other things to do. Better get on with it though. Lols! :p


  1. brilliant english !!!
    i love the way u express ur idea into words...
    love it !!

  2. hihi... suddenly happened bha tu jia.. i was like just wondering why those thing happen since i've been in the situation for a couple of times...btw, tanx 4 the compliment fren!! hihi.. masih mau kasih improve2 ni english cus it's a must kann..hihi..lain lah u bakal ke aussie..hihi..

  3. A friend of mine used to utter this to me.. "You've made the word sounds so unworthy.."
    I have the tendency to utter the word 'sorry' whenever I've done something inappropriate. But i do mean it when i said it. I never respond..(of what my friend said to me that day).

    Deep down, i truly believe that, when you can no more say the word, no matter how hard you try, then you have done something really hurtful, feel sorry is not enough. Feel regret is not enough.

  4. i do agree with u.. we're just couldn't get everything back to normal or else, but we still have th chances to make things better, rite? the most important thing is, don't blame urself if u already utter the words 'IM SORRY'.. *big smile*

  5. There's a reason why we didn't say sorry to ourselves when we lose something dear to us.

    Sorry never meant to make you feel sorry about yourself but others. 'Sorry', for me, it means, 'it's the only thing i can offer to you at this trying moment, but i'll do better next time' It's like a quick relieve, but you must really mean it. It's like a little promise. There always be next time..or is it? What if there isn't? That's how important this little precious word - 'Sorry', to me. It's a warranty, it won't make something new, rather than fix it so that it feels like new. 'Sorry' is chance, promise...

    Wrongs or mistakes are like broken glass. Big mistakes are those shattered glass. You could use silicone glue to fix those broken glass, and maybe later, epoxy glue. Shattered glass, epoxy glue anyone? Or just leave it there? Clean up the mess or someone/everyone will get hurt. Don't mind to replace that glass too..

  6. How to Ask for Forgiveness
    Saying you're sorry can seem awfully tough, but it gets easier with practice and delivers bountiful rewards.
    1.Step 1
    Think about what happened and what it is you
    are sorry for doing.

    2.Step 2
    Write down your apology; this will help you
    organize your thoughts and calm your nerves.

    3.Step 3
    Practice what you plan to say until you feel
    comfortable with it.

    4.Step 4
    State clearly what it is you are sorry for

    5.Step 5
    Acknowledge your actions without making

    6.Step 6
    Share your feelings about what happened -
    avoid blaming, exaggerating or saying empty

    7.Step 7
    Listen to the other person's response without
    getting defensive.

    8.Step 8
    Offer to make amends if appropriate.

    9.Step 9
    Move on. Once you've apologized, let it go.

    *call me busy-body or anything, but i thought you might just need this*

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