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I’m sorry

Don’t always be the last one to apologize. Pride keeps us from progressing from one place in life to the next. Our inability to see someone else’s point of view creates a wall that will always separate you from a worthwhile relationship, if you allow it to be between you and an apology. The misconception is that apologizing is accepting defeat, when really it’s an opportunity to acknowledge the other person’s feeling and perspective. An apology is a way to say I hear you and didn’t mean to hurt you. Today’s challenge is putting your pride down and picking up compassion.

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My purpose on this earth is to mold imagination into a instrument of influence. www.intimacychurch.org

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