Sunday, November 11, 2007

love means never having to say you're sorry


I just read Erich Segal's book called A Love Story. It made me ponder. They never said sorry to each other no matter how ruthless their fights were and no matter how unreasonable they were to each other. I cannot fathom it. I don't understand why they are that way.

See, I am a firm believer that saying sorry is important. When you hurt someone, apologize. When you hurt the one you love, it is very important to say sorry. Reading this book is making me think now. Is it really important to say sorry or have I been living a "perception" that sorry is important?

What do you think?


  1. I always believe in saying sorry and being humble when I know I made a mistake. I appreciate other people who apologize when they realized they've done something hurtful or wrong.

  2. for me..2 words a person should learn to say when they learn to speak is Sorry and Thank you

  3. Admitting you're wrong goes a long way and saying it makes it better.


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