ISRAEL: Sorry Means Nothing

ISRAEL: Sorry Means Nothing

“You’re not coming out of your room until you apologize.”
“You need to say you’re sorry.”
“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean it.”

How many times have those lines been used on us or have we used them on our kids?

I think the word sorry has become a habit. We use it too fast and too casually. We do something we shouldn’t have, and we instinctively say “I’m sorry”. We see that we hurt or insulted someone, we say “I’m sorry.” Our kids do things we think are wrong and we make them say “I’m sorry.”

The question is how often do we really think about what we have done? (more…)

Susie Newday (Israel)

Susie Newday is a happily-married American-born Israeli mother of five. She is an oncology nurse, blogger and avid amateur photographer. Most importantly, Susie is a happily married mother of five amazing kids from age 8-24 and soon to be a mother in law. (Which also makes her a chef, maid, tutor, chauffeur, launderer...) Susie's blog, New Day, New Lesson, is her attempt to help others and herself view the lessons life hands all of us in a positive light. She will also be the first to admit that blogging is great free therapy as well. Susie's hope for the world? Increasing kindness, tolerance and love. You can also follow her Facebook page New Day, New Lesson where she posts her unique photos with quotes as well as gift ideas.

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