What was the best apology you ever received? How did it change your relationship with the person who made it?
Do you think that formal, official apologies to long-dead victims -- like the ones made by the U.S. government for the internment of Japanese citizens, Pope John Paul II's apology for the condemnation of Galileo, or the British Government's apology for the treatment of Alan Turing -- accomplish anything important?
The Board Administration Team
(hapax, Kit Whitfield and mmy)