The first is “I love you.” The second is “I’m sorry.” And the third is “You have a good heart.”
The first two are obviously lies. If you really love someone, you will not be able to lie to them. You can’t say that you love someone but then turn around and lie to them. If you really do love someone, then you will want them to know everything about yourself – even the ugly things that others don’t want others to know about themselves.
If you really do love someone, then they should know exactly who you are as a person and they should be able to trust your words and actions. The same thing goes for saying “I’m sorry.”
If you’re truly sorry for something, then it shouldn’t be too difficult for you to admit this openly; however, if it’s too hard for you to admit this openly then there must be some reason why it’s so difficult for you to admit this openly – maybe because it wasn’t really your fault or maybe because there was an ulterior motive behind the action which caused said actions that resulted in these events taking place (such as trying to get something out of another person).
Last modified: September 20, 2022