Do you say, ‘I’m sorry’ when you need to seek forgiveness from someone else? You can use the same words to express a general feeling of sympathy for events over which you had no control over, such as ‘I’m sorry you wrecked your car’. My teachings about giving and receiving forgiveness are clear. They imply that you also need to seek forgiveness by way of apology for offenses you commit. In doing this you can graciously apply a higher standard of conduct to yourself than you expect of others. When others tell you they are sorry you can accept it as an apology, but make your own unambiguous and unmistakable.
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