Apology to community

LETTER

On Wednesday, May 10 I entered a building on Kahutia Street and caused major damage to this building. I am deeply sorry for what I have done to the property and the pain it has caused the owners.

If I could change what I have done I would, but I can’t.

What I have learnt from this is that I need to make better choices for myself and the future, because I’m very sad to see the pain I have put my family through, and the damage I have caused the building owners.

I am ashamed of what I have done. I will not be doing this again.

Remorseful

On Wednesday, May 10 I entered a building on Kahutia Street and caused major damage to this building. I am deeply sorry for what I have done to the property and the pain it has caused the owners.

If I could change what I have done I would, but I can’t.

What I have learnt from this is that I need to make better choices for myself and the future, because I’m very sad to see the pain I have put my family through, and the damage I have caused the building owners.

I am ashamed of what I have done. I will not be doing this again.

Remorseful

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Michelley - 16 days ago
Tenei te mihi kia koe.
Well done to you for making a public apology and recognising your wrong-doings. You have taken the first and second step, that being, taking ownership of your wrongs and apologising for those wrongs. Very brave of you and I commend you for your efforts. All the very best to you and your future.
He toa taumata rau - Bravery has many resting places.

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