Many of us wait until it is too late to see what really matters to us.

It’s often not until later that we see the many important things that have needed our attention.

Everybody makes mistakes, but we can’t keep asking people to forgive us again and again.

For example, instead of just saying, “I’m sorry I shouted at you,” we can train yourself not to shout so often.

Let’s take the time and make the commitment to practice seeing the roots of our behavior.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Day 31 of the 35 Days of Love

Featured artist: Amber Spike



  1. I understand. I think the word sorry becomes a joke after having to say it so many times.

    I look forward to more of your posts. Following you now.

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    1. timelesswheel · ·

      Thank you Sharon 🙂 Even if we do mean it every time, I guess what he’s saying is that we should spend time in trying to recognize the root of the problem. We can be genuinely sorry several times without trying to actually understanding it’s root cause…

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    2. I understand what you mean. You can’t fix a problem if you haven’t taken the time to figure out why it occurs and how to prevent in the future. Great advice.

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    3. timelesswheel · ·

      Exactly…Thank you ☺

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