HUG Corner - Thought for the week - 3/20

Location : North Houston

From "Healing After Loss." Martha Whitmore Hickman

Regret is an appalling waste of energy.  You can't build on it.  It is only for wallowing in.

---Katherine Mansfield

Of course there are things we regret.  Things we wish we'd done differently.  Even where there has been time to say all the appropriate things, images will flash in our minds that we'd give a lot to be able to change.  Surely our loved has forgiven us.  Can we forgive ourselves?

I'm sorry.  Please know that I loved you.  I know that you loved me.

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