To Whom It May Concern

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Submitted: December 20, 2013

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To whom it may concern,

I am not perfect. I am human. I make mistakes. We all make mistakes. But you don't want to hear that. You want to hear about my mistakes. Not your own. So let's talk about my mistakes. I am a liar. I have lied out of fear, out of spite, out of anger, out of despair. I have lied. And it is wrong of me to do so. I ask God to forgive me. I am a manipulator. I like feeling power, like having those listen to me when I speak, like having them obey me. I have manipulated my friends, my family, and those below me. I have manipulated. And it is wrong of me to do so. I ask God to forgive me. I am spiteful. I feel strong anger towards those who have wronged me, those who have hurt me, those who are better than me. I never forgave. And that is wrong of me to do so. I ask God to forgive me. I am ungrateful. I am ungrateful for the things my family has done for me, for the love my friends and family have for me, for the way they have shaped my life. And it is wrong of me to do so. I ask God to forgive all of my sins. Because God is my judgment, my repentance, my acceptance, and my forgiveness. God is the only one who has the right to judge my sins. So, to whom it may concern: My sins are mine alone, your concern of them is unnecessary. We all have sins. I ask God to forgive mine as I forgive you for your harsh judgment.

Yours Truly,

Unconcerned


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