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I feel so ashamed.
Have you ever done others wrong that you feel so ashamed you only want to do what is right to fix it. Especially, if the person is undeserving to what was done to them.
That is the strangest question I could read for this point in time.
I must say this, I think everyone has done things they are ashamed of and sometimes they are just frivolous thing. There are some that do evil things that do not or will not even admit to the evil behind it.
These are the people deserving of the "karma" about to come and in return this may be what is needed to even realize what they have done.
Sometimes it just takes someone to listen/understand you. Maybe you need someone to talk to and maybe it just isnt has bad as you think, which you may see after talking with someone.
If you believe in God you can turn to him, he is always forgiving if you are willing to repent
None are perfect, no not one. I would just apologize and go on. Even if your apology is not accepted, you have done the right thing. And, of course you are always forgiven when asked in the eyes of God.
Sometimes it can't be fixed. I would offer a sincere apology and let the person who was wronged have their say as well. Then hopefully you can move on. Sometimes we feel so bad it can become about us rather than the person that was wronged.
Offer a really heartfelt apology, ask if there is anything you can do -then move on and let it go, you have done all you can and hopefully learned a lesson.
you bring up a good point, sometimes it becomes about them not so much about that person wronged anymore
Sound advise @duffsmom thanks for your comment. It takes humility to be able to take that approach, but doing that really gives peace.
No one is perfect, but if we have felt really sorry for doing the wrong, have apologized and asked for God's forgiveness through Jesus as well, then we need to feel forgiven in our hearts and not keep mulling over our own stupidity, but accept that forgiveness, feel free from it and get on with life.
Who are we to ever say a person is deserving or undeserving?
We can't see into a persons heart but God does.
We should always base our actions on what is right and not on the people around us. Being kind and merciful to the people who are undeserving is even more merciful and will bring us greater rewards than if we are merciful to those we feel are deserving.
1 Samuel 16:7
7. But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.
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