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Thursday, September 02, 2010

William Shakespeare said,
“And often times excusing of a fault doth make the fault the worse by the excuse.”

So as I sit and read this quote, I find that I am thinking of myself as I read this. It is true you can forgive and forgive yourself for not doing something but who are you really hurting? Yourself and even those closest to you at times. So excusing the fault doth make things much worse if you do this on a consistent basis. I am not saying you should never have a break but everything in moderation, right?

Oh except deep fried twinkies. You should never ever eat these. :-)

Thanks for reading.
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