Words in the heat of a moment can harm another for a lifetime. They wound deeply because they arise from the depths of one’s own pain.
As is said, misery loves company. But misery, on a mission to inflict, also prefers for that company’s agony to be equivalent.
Before you make a mark you can’t erase, ask yourself, how you want your words to be remembered.
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