Generation Y: Apologies

Generation Y: Apologies

 It’s not too late to apologise.

Why people hurt each other? If only… we all just would give love. Life is moving fast in London. There is not even much time to sit down and think. So, we all go and wander in these big empty spaces. But we never stop for a second and realize that is actually not too late if we still want to apologise to someone. 

What is good of a big city is that it makes you realize how lonely you can be. Even if there are strangers sharing a room next to you, it doesn’t matter. You are still alone. You feel like you are the only one who can fight your battle, and everyday you need to stand up for yourself, because no one else will. So, it’s not bad to remember that many are in the same boat and we all crash onto the shore when it’s getting too dark.

It makes sense if we give people another chance and then we can at least hope that our apologies will be accepted. People will apologies too. Not bad, uh? 

Generation Y: Apologies

But it’s not common to hear a sincere sorry, just a mechanical one. Sorry – sorry – sorry. Like a robot is speaking. Well, we are no robots, are we?

Generation Y: Apologies

Hey, I am sorry. 

Generation Y: Apologies

 We are social animals after all, we need to use our brain if we have it. So use it for something good today. Wasn’t it that you had to apologise for something to someone you know?

Generation Y: Apologies



Photos by theweirdycat


Generation Y: Apologies

Generation Y: Apologies

Generation Y: Apologies




  1. John
    03/01/2018 / 2:41 pm

    Looking good here -Jacket goes well with white B) -I know what you mean as I used to live around London – but had way more friends back then but then they’d disappear as they had own lives -so I’d get left by myself – but a city tends to create a mindset that I don’t understand- all work no play -I worry for Generation Z lol (I think I’m Generation X-at least i’m not Generation A 😀 )

  2. 03/04/2018 / 5:22 pm

    What a powerful message! Going to a competitive school has taught me that some people respond devoid of any emotion or care about something they may have done. And yes, from time to time, living in a city seems super impersonal but it is also a great place to find community. 🙂

  3. 03/04/2018 / 5:48 pm

    This was a really interesting post, thank you for sharing. You have great style!

    • Vanessa
      03/05/2018 / 9:02 am

      Thank you so much Emily! x

  4. zuneraserena
    03/04/2018 / 8:56 pm

    The jacket looks amazing hon.. you look fantastic – apologizing for something simply means you’re emotionally stable and stronger..

    • Vanessa
      03/05/2018 / 9:03 am

      Thank you Serena! You are so kind x

    • Vanessa
      03/05/2018 / 9:04 am

      Thank you so much for appreciating it! x

  5. 03/05/2018 / 3:24 am

    I love your style, love your blog and content. It’s refreshing to see such meaningful content! It’s so important to be raw and vulnerable, or else what’s the point! Thanks for the lovely post hon.

    • Vanessa
      03/05/2018 / 9:04 am

      Thank you so much Akila! Your comment is straight to the point and I love it x

  6. 03/07/2018 / 9:19 pm

    I love your look from head to toe, simply chic and edgy 🙂

    xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY

  7. 03/08/2018 / 1:47 pm

    This is such an interesting topic! I hope people would say sorry more often but I hope even more that we will reach the point that we won’t need to be sorry anymore as nothing wrong happened! Love the style btw! xx

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