We apologize for not getting this to you
As best as anyone can speak for others, I speak for all of us who have made these
discoveries about killing viruses and
This regret of our negligence grows daily as we become more aware of our omission. You might say that as our immunity grows, so does our intention to do all we can for yours.
But does any human being really ever do all he could?
Well, yes. In certain situations I have. So I know what that feels like. And I
know in this situation, I haven't.
Explanations are usually offered with apologies. While the explanations for this are too myriad to be listed completely, I can give you a few that come to mind. Most of these, in one way or another, have been mine.
My making this apology doesn't mean I'm not proud of all of you
In making this apology, I can't help also making an acknowledgment, because I see that every one of us, including me, has crossed a line of some kind with regard to giving this to other people.
I've seen real generosity, real love, real caring in all of us. Plus real courage, real willingness to take a risk or two in the interest of helping another person.
What are we really apologizing for?
Not only for all the people who've been sick or died. But also for the genocide and the massive suffering in this world that could have been averted if even one key person had been a little clearer when making a critical choice.
Bayard Barnes, an elder of WHUM
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