I'm sorry and thank you

April 25, 2009 12:20am CST
I think these two words, i'm sorry and thank you, are the hardest words to say from deep of our hearts. What do you think about it? Whether it's easy for you to say those words directly to other people no matter what's the situation or you'd prefer to say another words?
3 responses
@babshish (1389)
• India
25 Apr 09
Hi Dear, Yes you are right that these are the two toughest word to tell. You need losts of courage to tell sorry to any one, that means when you say sorry you are accepting your mistake. Usually "Thanks You" is the word which you can say most oftenly, but "Sorry" is smothing people hesitate to say. I personally never hesitate to say sorry if I have made any mistake, I do accept it and always ready to take it in positive way. The same is with the word "Thank You". I don't hesitate to appriciate others if they have done something good for me.
@kaleem_jr (106)
• Pakistan
25 Apr 09
Sorry in some means repentence and that creates a sence according to which you're indirectly saying whatever you've just said/done was a mistake/misdeed and wish you wouldn't have done it. Thanks from my point of view is a courageous deed of admitting ones obligation. As majority of us must have read somewhere "The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong."
@yonkie (440)
• Philippines
25 Apr 09
I often say thank you than I'm sorry. In all instances where there is a favor granted or anything that I am benefited, I immediately say thank you to the person involved. I learn that trait from my parents. My parents taught me on how to approach people in good manners. Saying I'm sorry is sometimes hard to do because of pride. There are times when it is hard for me to say I'm sorry. I don't like to say sorry to people who offended me. I don't like to say sorry to people who are rude.