By now, I hope you’ve realized the power of an apology.

“I’m sorry” has built more bridges than the US Army core of engineers.

Today, I want to inspire you to say “I’m sorry” less.

Yes, LESS.


By setting an intention to do more noble things.

By constraining your tongues, by mastering your deeds, by putting thoughtfulness at the forefront of your mind and kindness in your words.

Saying the words “I’m sorry” when they are appropriate is a sign of maturity.

Going further to cease to create pain and conflict is aspiring mastery!