I am sorry about what I said. I was trying to be funny. It just came out so fast. I don’t really think it was funny.
If you are feeling bad, you can always say it with a smile, because you’re not the one making it funny.
It is a little bit funny though. For example, if you say, “I am sorry I said that,” the person you are apologizing to probably has a different view on the situation than you do (and vice versa). It’s not so much that we are apologizing to each other as it is that we both agree that what we said was offensive and we’re trying to correct it.
The issue is that this is a serious issue. We know we can’t control our thoughts, but we can control our behavior. If we take it too seriously, we can get into situations where it becomes a huge distraction to all our other activities, and we can lose touch with who we are. If we just give it a little space and then act on it again later, we’ll get the same thing.
Yeah, that’s right, there’s a reason our lives revolve around our thoughts. We have to think about things, our friends, our families, and the things that are important to us. We have to make decisions that feel right and then keep our behaviors consistent.
Again, think of a time when you were in high school and you were told you had to go to a certain class, and you knew exactly what your life would be like the next day. If you didn’t attend, you wouldn’t be able to graduate. You’d have no friends, no life. That’s why we have to make decisions that feel right and then keep our behaviors consistent.
We are all, or at least part of some, a little bit of procrastination junkie. We need to make decisions that feel right and then keep our behaviors consistent. We also have to make decisions for ourselves that we feel are right because we are the ones who will be paying for them.
That’s how we get sick of hearing about procrastination. It’s a pretty big thing, but it’s also very important to remember that we are doing this on our own. We are the ones who have to make decisions that feel right. We are the ones who are the ones who will be paying for them. We are the ones who are responsible for the rest of it.
I think a lot of people are afraid to do it because they think they’re going to feel guilty if they don’t. If we were all doing this on our own I am sure we’d all feel guilty. Also, even if we felt guilty, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do it.
I think part of the fear stems from the old saying that if you keep doing the same thing over and over again, eventually you will forget how to do it. But the truth is that by not doing it as well as we could have, we are letting the past affect us and our decisions. By not doing it as well as we should have we are allowing it to continue to influence our present and future.