Apologize


Hello, friend. I would like to apologize. I expect that you'll forgive me. I just want to say sorry for what I've done to you in the past. I know, I was such a immature bitch who had no life, so rude, ruined, pathetic and less of concern. You used to be my close friend, but we became enemy since I fucked the whole things up and I've hurt you so bad. You know what? I've always tried to get some excuse to hate you. I know I was death wrong. So wrong! So fucked up!

Well, mau memaafkan gue atau tidak itu bakal jadi urusan lo dengan Tuhan. At least I have guts to apologize and I'm not what you think I am because I still have a heart. I just want all the good things and a good friendship come back to my screwed life, even though we're not close friend anymore. That's all my confession. Thank you.

Here do we first learn the foundational principles of friendship? Is it next to the building blocks of preschool, or with our own siblings when we’re young? When do we recognize the trial and error processes of building relationships.? The abstract qualities of trust, loyalty, and honesty and their negative counterparts of mistrust, disloyalty, and dishonesty are eventually solidified as almost tangible concepts as children reach a certain stage of maturity. How is it, in the natural development of the human brain and cultivation of individual personality, that some never seem to reach beyond the stage of the abstract concept?

It is the very people who have the greatest understanding of friendship who are the most easily damaged. There can be no trust with dishonesty. There can be no loyalty with distrust. There can be no such thing as friendship without these foundational concepts. When we do without, we simply breed a systematic path of destruction that severed even the most secure ties leaving nothing behind but our own man-made island.

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