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Yes! You heard me right. Saying sorry is an Error.
I know so many of you are getting confused right now, as to why I said saying sorry is an Error., But I would tell you so now.
Saying"sorry, or I am sorry", isn't bad! It is very good actually. Especially when you wrong or offend someone.
But saying "sorry" almost all the time., For a particular wrong or more different wrongs, without making an effort to at least quit the practice and try to be better, is an ERROR!
The word "sorry", knowing the importance, and how it always comes through for so many of us during times of pain and guilt., Shouldn't be abused.
Inasmuch as we aren't perfect, and we tend to make mistakes., Mild ones, average ones, and crazy ones all the same., We should always make an effort to quit that very practice that makes us use the word "sorry".
The word "I am sorry", is just likened to the word "I love you". These two words are some of the most used words on earth, positively and wrongly too. So many lies about love, even when a person says "I love you".
The deceit that follows is second to none. Because of this fact, so many don't believe in the potency of "I love you" anymore because people keep saying it, professing it, and not showing it.
This is the same with the word "I am sorry". Since everyone does mistakes, everyone uses that word, excluding the extra proud and pompous humans.
75% of people saying the word "I am sorry, doesn't mean it, and so can't even think of quitting the act that leads to them being sorry.
20% of people using the word "I am sorry", mean it when they say it, but not when they do it. Because they don't care about identifying what led to them being sorry, and trashing it, so it doesn't occur again. But no! I guess they both love to use the word "sorry" more often than usual.
And 5% of humans, using the word "I am sorry", aren't just sorry, but intentional. They mean it when they say it, and mean more when they go all along, trying their best not to repeat the act that led to them being sorry.
"SORRY", isn't just a word, or a phrase. Aside from that, there is more to it. It's an outstanding word, and an act/process.
You being sorry, implies that you accept your wrong, and promise to look into your flaws, correcting them and making sure they don't repeat themselves again.
So each time you only say the word and do not act and consciously and Intentionally carry out the "Sorry" process, it's become an abuse of the word.
You can elude being sorry or saying sorry almost every time in your life. You can escape apologizing to nerds and people around you.
Do you know how much luck, saying "I am sorry", and how much harm, when people get to know you were only sorry for a reason, and not season and out of season? When they get to know that you went back to your formal lifestyle, and didn't intentionally carry out the "sorry process".
It brings more harm than good. This is because so many individuals have a very low rate of tolerance. And as such, not everyone has your time or the strength to keep tolerating your excesses, till maybe you are forced to change by some forces beyond earth.
Some people just tolerate you twice, and the moment you are always repeating that act, and not keen in changing, they are good at spreading stuff about your incompetence, and bad habits around to people.
Now., Who's to lose and who's to gain?
You definitely would lose out if the word "I am sorry", begins to hunt you.
But when you say the words and also actively involve yourself, Intentionally into the "success process", you have nothing to lose, because when people see how intentional you are about correcting your wrongs, they attach certain respect to you, opportunities could also come through for you, you will be used to model integrity and lots more.
Yes! I remember asking you if you knew you could escape saying or being sorry all the time.
Let me reveal the secret to you.
When you do stuffs rightly., Do you apologize to anyone?
When you obey rules/regulations, do you apologize to anyone?
And lots more.
In a case like this, you escaped apologizing, right? Yes!
The same method is applicable to every other situation.
Always try and strive to do the right thing. That way, you won't have to be apologetic.