Sunday, January 10, 2010
I will not say, "I'm Sorry."
I've made a decision to get rid of one of my most annoying habits.
I will no longer say, "I'm sorry" if I happen to bump into you.
Instead, I'll look into your eyes, I'll smile and say, "excuse me."
I'll no longer say, "I'm sorry" if you lose a loved one.
Instead, I'll say, "my thoughts are with you during this terrible time."
I'll no longer say, "I'm sorry" if I happen to cut you off in traffic.
Instead, I'll give you a friendly wave and say, "oops, my bad."
I'll no longer say, "I'm sorry" if your significant other leaves you.
Instead, I'll embrace you and say, "I'm here for you."
I'll no longer say, "I'm sorry" for sending too many emails.
Instead, I'll say, "I share with you because I'm building friendship"
I'm not sorry anymore.
What do I have to be sorry about?
I haven't done anything wrong.
Sorry is a bad word that denotes inadequacy, worthlessness, insignificance, and sadness just to name a few.
But I am adequate, worthy, significant and joyful.
So, bye bye pathetic SORRY word.
I'm not a doormat.
I don't need you any more.
I am on a path of self-discovery.