Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about apologies’

Dental work is best brief; apologies need less relief.

Contrition is compunction, solving dysfunction. 

Contrition replaces nothing with something. 

Before apologizing, learn. 

Contrition —  no rope, a 5.15 pitch. 

Contrite at night; by day, we fight. 

Contrition — it’s a persistence. 

Remorse is a horse; compensation is a cow. 

True contrition has few words, and a million emotions. 

Give away apologies freely; store memories in a box with no lid. 

We apologize for the lesser to avoid the greater.

Every contrition includes an omission.

An qualified apology lives on amphibology.

Every ”sorry” holds an inquiry.

Apology — it’s a branch of immunology.

Apologize — or metastasize.

At the heart of every good apology is love.

A superfluous apology is frailty’s choreography.

Apologize for what you’ve done, never for who you are.

The soul’s forgiviology rests upon apology.