It’s never easy to admit you are in the wrong. Being hu*n, we all need to know the art of apologizing. Look back with honesty and think how often you’ve judged roughly, said __1__ things, pushed yourself ahead at the expense of a friend. Then count the occasions when you indicated clearly and __2__ that you were sorry. A bit frightening, isn't it? Frightening because some deep wisdom in us knows that when even a s*ll wrong has been committed, some mysterious moral feeling is __3__, and it stays out of balance until fault is acknowledged and __4__ is expressed. I remember a doctor friend, telling me about a *n who came to him with a variety of signs:headaches, insomnia and sto*ch trouble. No __5__ cause could be found. Finally my friend said to the *n, "Unless you tell me what’s worrying you, I can’t help you." After some hesitation, the *n __6__ that, as executor of his faher’s will, he had been cheating his brother, who lived abroad, of his __7__. Then and there the wise old doctor *de the *n write to his brother asking __8__ and enclosing a cheque as the first stePin restoring their good relation. He then went with him to *il box in the corridor. As the letter disappeared, the *n burst into tears. "Thank you," He said, "I think I’m __9__." And he was. A heartfelt apology can not only __10__ a da*ged relationshiPbut also *ke it stronger. If you can think of someone who deserves an apology from you, someone you have wronged, or just neglected, do something about it right now.