One of the most difficult things in life is to admit fault. To apologize and tell others we are SORRY for what we have done. Due to ego and pride we can justify all day long, and sometimes all of our life. Step back and evaluate the relationships you have that are broken. Have you been “blaming” him or her for days, weeks, months or years? Could it possible be you had something to do with it? Saying we are sorry is the “ointment” to our souls that allows healing to occur. It may be hard because we can become personally offended and hurt. Our self-esteem gets wrapped up in our “positions” and we don’t like to say we are wrong. Take time this week to begin the process of healing broken relationships with the simple words, “I am sorry.”
The Daily "ECHO"