I find that sorry has an arbitrary meaning anymore. People say it so often in life that when you mean it, it’s hard to differentiate when it’s real. If you bump into someone, you arbitrarily say, I’m sorry or drop a coin as your handing back change, “I’m sorry” but when it counts you say it, and how is one to differentiate what’s true and what’s arbitrary? No one means to do what they do and if they do, why should u be “sorry” especially if there’s intent. So don’t be “sorry”. Live with intent, check to see that they’re ok when you bump into them, pick up the coin, and say “there you go”! Stop being overly polite. ~ Michael Bonacci
Sorry works when a mistake is made, but not when trust is broken. So in life, make mistakes but never break trust. Because forgiving is easy, but forgetting and trusting again is sometimes impossible.
Trust means everything, when that’s gone, it’s hard to rebuild no matter how hard you try. It’s impossible to get back!