Ever noticed these days how people have stopped saying 'I'm sorry'; instead shortening the words to' Sorry'? It's only a one word difference, but that one word could mean a lot. By putting the 'I' before the 'Sorry', the person is essentially taking credit for the misdemeanor, allowing their name to be associated with the fault. Ditching the 'I' allows us to live in denial; other forces around us are causing the problems, right? All we're doing is apologizing to make people feel better. Perhaps that's why people turn to drugs and alcohol - they're able to forget the issues around them. This inability to face consequences could come from the idea that humans must be perfect to be the best and in result, mistakes and misdemeanors taint that. The truth is, as well-known as it is, it's okay to make mistakes - in the end, the lessons learnt from them will really shape your character and personality. Therefore, instead of trying to escape the repercussions, let's all take credit for our faults, not secretly think we're #SorryNotSorry.
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