Waiting For Necessary Conversations, (And Apologies), Is Like Sitting On The Couch Waiting For The Microwave To Make You Dinner.

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Why is it that the smallest of situations can be blown way out of proportion and cause the weightiest feelings of regret?

It’s a tribute to how insensitive both parties of a struggle can be when one small moment or action can cause a whole day of awkward interaction.

Read Abraham Piper’s inspiration to this post.

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One thought on “Waiting For Necessary Conversations, (And Apologies), Is Like Sitting On The Couch Waiting For The Microwave To Make You Dinner.

  1. caearl

    “I’m as likely to be in the wrong by being offended as I am by offending.”

    Eeeehyeahh….It’s so hard to think of repenting before even considering all the negative feelings you have towards someone else.

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