June 16, 2005

`Sorry' works, if we're brave enough to say it

'"When you apologize, you essentially humble yourself before another," Banja said. "And it makes bio-evolutionary sense that the more sympathetic a creature feels toward others, the less it's able to survive itself. A species that doesn't have pride, that doesn't have as a defense mechanism confidence in its superiority, isn't well equipped to survive."'
Chicago Tribune Posted by Martin Sewell at June 16, 2005 6:23 PM | TrackBack