Happy Ied Mubarak

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An apology of another apology

Assalamu'alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

Happy Ied Mubarak for those who performed shaum as well as those who didn't.

Minal aidin wal faizin. Taqobbalallahu minna waminkum. Mohon maaf lahir batin.

I want to apologize to everyone that I wasn't able to apologize directly or sooner than when I published this post. Social media or broadcast message have never been a place for me to give official statement or personal message. What I had done in the past was to give my sincere apology through direct greeting or at least physical proof.

But this year is different, there are those I hold dear, family and friends alike I can't get my apology to them like before. I've always been clumsy at online communications and the likes. So, I am trying to improve on those. And, I recently put up this simple site to place my writing from here on.

Wthout further blabbering, I want to say

I'm really sorry.

To write or say something, is to give shape to one's feelings and convey them to the other person. Still, there many bit and pieces that are better left unsaid.

Even after what I said above, I humbly say that I can't make up all the mistakes that I have done. However, I promise to grow from those and pay them back some way or another.

So, until the time we may meet again.