Monday, October 03, 2005

I wish there was some sort of universal female solidarity pact. So that what is said won't be used against a person in the future.


NotMiranda said...

That could never work, though. I guess it teaches us that we all have to be responsible for what comes out of our mouths and be willing to be held to it. I think apologies are the exception. Once you apologize for something and that apology is accepted (if apology isn't accepted, then none of this applies), then there comes a point where you should "let go" of the stuff you would hold against someone. Of course, all of this is easier said than done. I, for one, hold on to as much as possible if I feel wronged...even if I do forgive.

NotCarrie said...

I agree about the apologizing stuff and that once an apology is accepted then things should be "let go." The problem with situations like that is gaining back trust.

But you are also right about a solidarity pact not working, it's an idea for a perfect world;) Hopefully most people live by the "treat others how you would like to be treated" way.