Sometimes it means nothing.
Sometimes it’s the right thing to say.
Other times it sounds good.
They can often be portrayed as political words that just so happen to have the ability to tap into the most sincerest emotions.
Sometimes the purpose is misunderstood, meaning that you really mean it and you don’t do it again. You learn from your mistakes and get better.
In a way, these two words keep us honest in every fabric of the human form that, YOU ARE HUMAN.
It would be nice to be perfect if it meant that every time you made a mistake that these words wouldn’t exist.
But the truth is, no one is perfect. These words do exist. And we all fall short to the glory of God.
And after you use them in the correct manner, then what!!?? How do you cope? Do you condemn yourself? Do you stone yourself or do you just let it go and pretend that nothing ever happened. Do you keep it on the surface as a constant reminder that you failed? Do you believe in your heart that after the error and/or mistake that you are this bad and evil person? That you are hell bound?
Isn’t that what Satan wants you to believe?
Maybe the aftermath is more about getting back to the feelings of normalcy. Can you stay angry and upset with yourself forever even when your goal is to get better everyday.
“I apologize for everything I’ve done. “
How could that person forgive you when you feel the repercussions of not being able to even forgive yourself?
Do your tears mean anything? The timber in your voice? The pale expression you have after you wake up from broken sleep.
It can taunt you, haunt you and bodily pains you encounter from it can become totally inoperative completely.
Tell me, who hasn’t been through it? This moment has occurred to everyone, but it’s cope DNA is different with each & every person. Some people feel alot, some people feel a little and others feel nothing at all.
So what Sorry/Apologizing cope DNA are you?
-LeXXah Drew It-
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