Horace, said, (1 B.C.), “Once a word has been allowed to escape, it cannot be recalled.”
I cannot retract words I have written and have been read by others.
When we write out of pain, we often cause more pain in others than we relieve within ourselves.
When we write out of love, we may at times cause the opposite effect on others, rather than express something deeply felt.
When we write out of anger, we may, almost always, offend and not challenge.
And for that I apologize.
Life is filled with apologies.
Those apologies are rarely rewarded with forgiveness.
In this case, I hope you will forgive quickly and fully.