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I am sorry

24 October 2014, 19:30 MARTIN BECK NWORAH

There is always a point in one's life when you'll sit down,shut your outer thoughts and meditate on the things that really matter. This is that point of my life and as I get set to transit to greater responsibilities and opportunities being opened up by God's grace for me,I heartily want to say "I am sorry".

To all of those I broke their heart and never returned their love for me;Martin Beck Nworah is sorry. For those who trusted me and felt I was the solution to their life's problems,I am sorry if I ever lived short of your expectations; we don't always get it right. I am saying this from the deepest part of my heart because I believe their is need for us to reconcile and forge ahead for the future. Like Nosa said,I don't want you to have BP for me when you see me,its simply because we all need each other to see life through.

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If I offended you before,I am sorry. If Martin Beck Nworah ever stepped on you and belittled you in anyway,I am sorry. I have lost friends and gained more. I have been through pains and suffered defeat. But in all of these,I learnt my lessons and became stronger. My strength lies in my ability to know that I am human and I don't always get it right. At this point,I need to apologise to everybody who came into my life and gave me their best but I failed them. I don't promise to become a better person tomorrow,but I promise to keep on trying. Life is a journey and I promise to grow as I go.

My name is Martin Beck Nworah and I am here to tell you that you're all I've got. I am sorry for holding on too hard without being humble enough to say these words. Now that I am bold enough to say it, accept my apology..."I am sorry."

Till we get to the Promised Land,I shall be waiting for when you will pass me a glass of water and thank God for the gift of grace for the race.


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