It’s important to say Sorry, most often.

It’s important to say Sorry, most often.
 
I sometimes make mistakes, as I act and react immediately out of intense emotion and, then, rightly and naturally so, I sometimes say sorry. to the person opposite… and then, I am told by them, my family or dear friends ‘”.. bro, chill, it’s okay ya, you don’t have to say ‘sorry’ for your action”’; maybe because they understand my deed or habit is unintentional and it’s not a big deal; yet I am glad they care enough to point out my improper action. Which I can explain but cannot possibly defend because what is wrong is wrong, period Thank you.
 
I believe, it’s very important to say ‘sorry’ even between very close friends, only because, if you are willing to say ‘sorry’ it conveys your humility in admitting you are wrong or have hurt someone’s feelings, moreover, it conveys you have empathy – that you have the sensibility of being able to put yourself in the shoes of another person for a moment and you felt how your improper/hurtful action/words/deed/ felt to that person.
 
Just saying, as it’s a lovely weekend. 🙂 Love.
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An audio book for the visually impaired. Reader Amin Hajee.

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A part of my Panchgani-family.

Thank you very much 🙏, to my friends who are contributing their precious time and precious voice towards our collective aim to create audio story-books for the visually impaired (blind); by reading chapters from some books we have read and want the visually impaired to hear at their Talking Books audio library.

These audio books we are creating, as and when we find time, are written by my favorite authors, and when they are ready they will be accessible by the visually impaired for free.

(A few years ago, my brother suffered partial visual impairment (he recovered completely in a few months 🙏) and it made me realise, even more, the gift & blessing of sight – especially when I see anything beautiful.)

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