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by Vinay Kumar


Well, I tried. But I failed.

I’m sorry, dear reader, but you can not come to our office. We’re closed for the rest of the week.

Why did I not think of this before? So I go to the company’s website and find that they’re closing down for the rest of the week.

You can’t open the door anymore. You can’t open the door anymore. You can’t open the door anymore.

I don’t get it. The only thing I can think of is that I was too hard on you. I’m so sorry. I didn’t mean to be so hard on you. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry.

In reality, I’m not sure if we’re supposed to be sorry or not. In our blog, we call being sorry a “failure” or “error.” But when we say that we’re sorry, we’re really saying something else. We’re not apologizing for our own actions, but we’re saying that we’re sorry that we were too hard on you.

The mistake is when the person you thought was responsible for your actions doesn’t want to admit that he was wrong. For example, if you were making a mistake by asking for a new fridge, he might refuse to accept your apology, saying that you should have asked first. Similarly, if you were asking for an extension on a credit card, he might also refuse your apology, saying that you should have asked first.

In the end, you might think “I can do it, but I’m not going to do it because I don’t want to do it. I just want to make sure I never make the mistake again. I just want to let them know that I’m sorry for this, and I’m not going to ask them now”. But this is the most common type of failure in our lives.

In my experience, everyone has the same problem. You ask for an extension and they respond with the wrong answer. This is because they are using the wrong words.

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