Challenge 96: Redeem one of your misdeeds.

So true.

The Challenge

We’ve all made mistakes.  Don’t deny it; you’ve screwed up.  And you didn’t just err at some vague moment in the past; you’ve done something wrong, recently enough to remember.  If you think otherwise, you’re deluded, in denial, or lying… and those are all misdeeds, too. 

We can find a thousand excuses to offer, even if we don’t deny wrongdoing.  You didn’t know better.  You didn’t have all the information.  You were angry or confused or tired.  Don’t even claim you were justified by some other misdeed… we all know the proverb about two wrongs.  Whatever the excuse, whatever the totally legitimate reason, skip it.  I don’t want to hear it.  And besides, the reason for your misbehavior isn’t relevant to this challenge.

All I want, to start, is that you admit you did wrong.  Specify at least one recent misdeed you’ve committed.

Don’t bother getting defensive.  This challenge isn’t specifically…

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. luminathan says:

    Hello and thank you for the re-blog! From someone coming to the end of his own 100-post challenge, I wish you well meeting your goal.


    1. Rinku of Moonstone says:

      Thank you so much. Where might I find the original 100 challenges if you don’t mind sharing with me? And good job on facing yourself.


      1. luminathan says:

        I’m still working to finish the full two-year run, which will have 104 weekly Challenges in total. Tomorrow’s post will mark #97. The easiest way to find the past articles is through the page links at the top of my blog; for example, the full, linked list of the first 52 is located at


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