It may sound simple, but if you find yourself deferring and apologizing all the time, it’s time to check in and recall when an apology is truly essential. When you’ve made a mistake, you must apologize. That is all there is to it. Not when someone is furious at you for no apparent reason, and not when you want to take the fall merely to avoid a fight. In the post below, Penn Book will show you the finest Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong Quotes.
Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong Quotes 2022
The highest duty is to respect authority. – Bill Vaughan
Apologizing does not always mean you’re wrong and the other person is right. It just means you value your relationship more than your ego. – Mark Matthews
The only man who has the right to say that he is justified by grace alone is the man who has left all to follow Christ. – Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Truth and reread it daily: “When you seek happiness for yourself it will always elude you. When you seek happiness for others you will find it yourself.” Practice making meaningful – Wayne W. Dyer
Older women are best because they always think they may be doing it for the last time. – Ian Fleming
Don’t apologize for what you think you did wrong. Apologize for what they think you did wrong. – David D. Burns
I feel like if you’ve done something wrong, then you should keep on apologizing to that person. – Aviva[perfectionism leads to] a tendency to apologize preemptively for one’s efforts, knowing from experience that there’s sure to be something wrong with them. – William Westney
It is a good rule in life never to apologize. The right sort of people do not want apologies, and the wrong sort takes a mean advantage of them. – P.G. Wodehouse
Halfhearted or insincere apologies are often worse than not apologizing at all because recipients find them insulting. If you’ve done something wrong in your dealings with another person, it’s as if there’s an infection in your relationship. A good apology is like an antibiotic; a bad apology is like rubbing salt in the wound. — Randy Pausch
If she had learned one thing from Rebecca it was that demonstrations of affection or even emotion were few and far between when it came to the Amish way of life. – Sarah Price
I think we all want to be remembered for what we did. – Jack Youngblood
If you don’t stop apologizing, you’re going to convince me you’ve done something wrong. – Kate Morton
Thou may leave the toilet seat up. But thou shalt not leave the toilet seat down and pee on it. – Jenna Jameson
The past doesn’t haunt us, we haunt the past. – Augusten Burroughs
I begin, then, with some remarks about ‘the meaning of a word.’ I think many persons now see all or part of what I shall say: but not all do, and there is a tendency to forget or to get it slightly wrong. In so far as I am merely flogging the converted, I apologize to them. – J.L. Austin
There is a wild, splendid, intoxicating joy that follows work well done. – Elbert Hubbard
There should be a path to earned legal status for those that are here. Not – not amnesty – earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things over an extended period of time. – Jeb Bush
But when someone does wrong, when we make mistakes, we don’t say we’re sorry. We promise to make amends.”
“Mati en sheva yelu. This action will have no echo. It means we won’t repeat the same mistakes, that we won’t continue to do harm. – Leigh Bardugo
I think so much about how we read, about the nature of solitude, and of community, is changing in ways that none of us yet understand. – Dani Shapiro
The level of discourse in this country is falling to a depth that cannot be sustained. – Martin Frost
I spend every day apologizing or saying the wrong thing, and I am born sorry. – Morrissey
I find that most of my scripts have a lot more scenes than most films, so the average movie might have scenes, my average script has scenes. – Steven Zaillian
Without denying the value of scientific endeavor, there is a striking absurdity in committing billions to reach the moon where no people live, while only a fraction of that amount is appropriated to service the densely populated slums. – Martin Luther King Jr.
I now understand that one wrong move is invariably followed by hundreds of opportunities to be wrong again. — Mary Blakely
I’m too tired to fight against you anymore, too tired to say you are wrong. Too tired apologizing, keeping me up all night- crimping by wasting my precious timing. Straggling against what I once called charming. – Coco J. Ginger
Who cares who’s right or wrong when the last word is a kind apology? – Richelle E. Goodrich
What are you” -Mac “I don’t follow” -Jericho “You dropped feet in that warehouse. You should have broken something. What are you?” -Mac “A man with a rope.” -Jericho – Karen Marie Moning
She remembers talking to God a lot right after everything happened with Luke. She remembers crying and asking why, over and over. Asking for help, for strength, for understanding. Apologizing for what she did wrong. Talking through everything she could have, should have done differently. Begging for the torment to stop.
She remembers belief and trust slowly turning sour. Still, she kept talking to God out of habit. And because she didn’t have anyone else to talk to. At night, in the dark sanctuary of her bedroom, alone, she could say the things she’d been keeping quiet. But she stopped expecting an answer. Stopped hoping for one.
After a while, God felt as distant, as uncaring, like everyone else.
And her prayers faded away. — Kathryn Holmes
No cop was ever born who isn’t a sucker for a finely executed hi-speed Controlled Drift all the way around one of those clover-leaf freeway interchanges. Few people understand the psychology of dealing with a highway traffic cop. Your normal speeder will panic and immediately pull over to the side when he sees the big red light behind him … and then we will start apologizing begging for mercy. This is wrong. It arouses contempt in the cop-heart. The thing to do when you’re running along with about a hundred or so and you suddenly find a red-flashing CHP-tracker on your trail what you want to do then is to accelerate. — Hunter S. Thompson
Cyrus’s father looked at his son. “Is that true?”
Cyrus wouldn’t look at his dad, or anyone else. It was hard to look tough when you’re being held in someone’s arms, but he did his best to pull it off, even crossing beefy arms across his chest.
“Cyrus, I asked you a question, don’t make me ask twice.”
“Yes,” he finally said, very sullen.
“I don’t know what got into him, but I’m sorry.”
Kevin Appleton said, “When Becky does something wrong she does her own apologizing.”
Cyrus’s father glared at Appleton, but he said, “Apologies to the little girl, Cyrus.”
“I didn’t mean to hurt her. I wanted to hurt him!” He pointed his own dramatic finger at Matthew.
“Matthew didn’t start the fight, Cyrus, you did. Apologize to both of them, now.”
He turned a pouting face to Becky. “I’m sorry I hurt you, I didn’t mean to.”
“I don’t accept!” Becky said. Her eyes were dark and furious. I liked her. — Laurell K. Hamilton