Ten Things to Stop Apologizing For
For taking the wrong road
You may regret the choices you’ve made in the past that have impacted yourself and others. But for every missed possibility, new paths opened up. Sister Joan Chittister writes: “When we regret the roads that have led us to where we are now, we risk the loss of the future. We drain it of new possibility.” Embrace who you are now, including your losses and shortcomings, and prepare to be pleasantly surprised.
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