The "simple" act of saying I'm sorry can be difficult for many of us. I found something by a man named Paul Davis, on the internet, that I thought was quite well-said.
When you hurt someone
Make haste to render an apology.
Whether you're right or wrong
Do so, be well, and live long.
Embrace and endear people tenderly
Delight in others wholeheartedly
Refuse to act offensively
Be silent rather than speak abrasively
And when you've wounded others carelessly
Discover the power of an apology.
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