I am at fault 

26 Feb

The very instance you say these words, you set yourself free. 

You come clean

No more guilt 

No more presence 

It doesn’t matter if people are still judging you 

You now know what to fix

And how to win tomorrow 

Strangely enough, people feel that saying “I am sorry” has the same impact. 

It doesn’t 

Accepting a fault doesn’t require one apologizing for it. 

The reverse isn’t true. 

1 Response to I am at fault 



March 14th, 2016 at 1:48 am

Psychologist say when you create even fake actions for non-real situation, there is a possibility it will become real.

But pragmatic approach says letting people save face leads to better performance.

Sometimes, first approach works sometime the second one!

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