“I Am Sorry, It Was The Devil”

Intention — emotions — motivation.

Can you honestly say that?….

“I didn’t know how or when it happened.”

“I don’t know how I did it or how I arrived here.”

And the very over-used-one; “I am sorry, it was the devil.”

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  • Reply Reina June 12, 2016 at 4:59 pm


    The devil cannot be blamed for people’s intentions. I don’t even think the devil has emotion. So how then is he to dictate your intentions, stimulates (emotion)…..

    Most people find themselves saying “I don’t know how or when it happened, it’s laughable to me. At the end of it all, the devil won’t stand in front of you and say he was involved, so why involve the devil.

    “I am sorry” is a phrase which has taken over, sadly enough in recent times. For me, I think it’s a backup plan for their already known intention… And that’s very mean.

    • Reply DeeAmi June 12, 2016 at 9:24 pm

      Good one, Reina.

  • Reply Victoria orenze June 13, 2016 at 12:31 am

    For the devil to come in, there was a crack, so let’s fix the cracks and stop blaming him.

    • Reply DeeAmi June 13, 2016 at 8:48 am

      I read you Vikky@ quit blaming the devil.

  • Reply UmoruProdigy June 13, 2016 at 6:48 am

    I was once told that up to 60% of the decisions you make, are made subconsciously.

    So if you say, you didn’t know
    ….., maybe…, maybe you’re right…, in a sense.

    This is why it’s profitable to feed one’s conscious mind with the right things, so the subconscious mind can digest them. You’ll thereby be able to “subconsciously” make profitable decisions.

  • Reply DeeAmi June 13, 2016 at 8:55 am

    60%? Where did you get the stats? I check with you @ feeding our conscious mind with the right things .
    I want to be clear tough… You saying the subconscious, is possibly the part people go with, then end up saying “ I am sorry, it was the devil”.

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