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Postby happysmile » Sun Jun 26, 2005 12:36 pm

according to me, sorry seems to be hard to say, but it's very important.
When you do something wrong to someone, it's your fault, you must be say sorry and don't do it again, he or she always looks forward to your sorry.
If it's a serious fault, sorry is not enough, maybe he or she will not forgive you. Consider it's an experience and try to live better.

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Postby juhainah » Tue Jun 28, 2005 7:53 pm

sorry is a necessary word to say, but you should mean it when to say it and it should come deeply from your heart so that you confess that you are guilty and you promise not to make such mistakes never ever.

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Postby Ms.A.Z » Wed Jun 29, 2005 4:44 pm

just say "I am sorry", is it enough? :?:
Every body has one’s own way and I would like to hear it



When you hurt the people you love the most it becomes very hard to say sorry to them BUT knowing that you were wrong and admitting it and say sorry after that is really big thing,a big step some people but not all can take or do.Sorry is a really small word to cover a big problem you might have created once you say it and admit your mistake it really makes things and relationships better. :wink:

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Postby keling » Sat Jul 02, 2005 1:17 pm

:D [/b]say sorry ASAP it is necessary to say heartly sincerely,

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Postby illusion » Fri Aug 19, 2005 11:17 pm

sorry seems to be the hardest word but it's the first step and the most important one. Once you do this, everything will start to work out itself.. you just have to admit yours fault and then try to make it up to the person you hurt...

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Postby hello » Sat Aug 20, 2005 6:32 pm

For us as Muslims...

When we hurt others, saying sorry or asking for forgiveness is considered a very noble behavior.Our religion urges us to do so, whether for our family , friends, or any person from other religions..

and I see that the ward sorry should come from our hearts ( which includes willing not to repeat the wrong behavior again and with an intention to avoid doing things that might hurt the one you hurted before ) .....

I strongly believe that we should keep watching out our behaviors and wards to ensure that we are not hurting the people we love...)

For me, I don't like saying sorry alot because I feel it is very shamful to do silly things that hurt others and eventually affect our relationships with them... That's why I watch out my wards & behaviors....

Thanks for the nice topic..
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Postby illusion » Sat Aug 20, 2005 9:03 pm

[quote="hello"]

For me, I don't like saying sorry alot because I feel it is very shamful to do silly things that hurt others and eventually affect our relationships with others... That's why I watch out my wards & behaviors....
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I think making mistakes is a human thing and we all have right to do it. Even though they hurt other people, we can't avoid it sometimes. That's why we have to apologise and I'm not ashamed to admit I was wrong and say sorry. We're only humans after all...

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Postby hello » Sun Aug 21, 2005 9:41 am

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I think making mistakes is a human thing and we all have right to do it. Even though they hurt other people, we can't avoid it sometimes. That's why we have to apologise and I'm not ashamed to admit I was wrong and say sorry. We're only humans after all...[/quote]

I truely gree that we are human beings and we do mistakes...But what I want to say is that we should not get used to make mistakes, once we realize that a certain ward or behavior might hurt others. we should avoid it....

We should say Sorry when we hurt others....We should

apoligize for our bad behaviors and it is very honorable behavior..

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Postby illusion » Sun Aug 21, 2005 12:12 pm

yeah, I think the same

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Postby quicksilver » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:56 am

The things we said we cant get them back , maybe we said something hurts other .
We said sorry but the things we said hurt him/her too much , we have to show them that we are really honest.
But i think that all we said ( if serious) can stamp forever in their minds.
And the last , we should think twice before saying anything.

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Postby L i f e b i d e » Mon Aug 29, 2005 10:11 am

I strongly believe that we should keep watching out our behaviors and wards to ensure that we are not hurting the people we love...)

For me, I don't like saying sorry alot because I feel it is very shamful to do silly things that hurt others and eventually affect our relationships with others... That's why I watch out my wards & behaviors....


These quote from our friend from Dubai who have his member ID as 'hello' is very true.

Why repeat mistakes?

In the first place, watch what we say so that we don't hurt anyone.

It take constant effort to be always on guard about what we say.

Well said friend ! from Dubai.


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