by meditative - December 18th, 2015

If an apology is appropriate, then we should extend ourselves to another and apologize. When timely and appropriate, we can extend goodwill to another with the simple words…“I am sorry.” In doing so, we also reorient ourselves toward our own natural goodness.

Apologizing can help us re-establish our connection with who we truly want to be, and our well-being may depend upon our ability to honestly acknowledge and take responsibility for our ‘harmful’ actions.