There are two short sentences that are probably two of the most difficult things to say. We can hold conversations with almost anyone, interact on a very personal basis, even on an intimate level between a husband and a wife. And yet, in all of these relationships, in all of our interactions with one another, these two sentences quite often go unspoken. They are short sentences of three words each of the classic style of language with a subject, verb, and object.
The two sentences are: I am sorry. I forgive you.