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I’m Sorry: On Guilt and Regret

You don’t even know the meaning of the words “I’m sorry” (Illegal -Shakira) I Am Sorry. Three words that are for what I believe are more often misunderstood than that other famous threesome. What does it mean to be sorry? It’s … Continue reading

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An Essay on Murder and Empathy

Murder. It is a dirty word. To take a life is regarded as one of the gravest crimes one can commit. It is a capital sin. Yet, people kill. Why is it that something universally regarded as “bad” among human … Continue reading

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An Essay on Guilt and Traffic Lights

An Essay on Guilt and Traffic Lights When overwhelmed by a sensation of guilt, people say and do strange things. I have never realized this fully until it happened to myself. Guilt is a powerful thing, more powerful than hate … Continue reading

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