December 17: Forgiveness

Screen Shot 2013-12-17 at 12.21.07 AMOne of the best traits you can have today is being a forgiving person. If you can still have an open heart and forgive those who have wronged that defines character. Forgiving an individual is the hardest thing to do. Never let that anger or malice you may have towards someone harden your heart. Love each other no matter you. However when forgiving someone be sure to never forget what they did. When I say don’t forget, I don’t mean to hold it against them but rather use that particular situation as a learning experience. Use it a tool to steer you when dealing with people like that. Use the bad situation to inspire good outcomes. Forgiveness is love.



One thought on “December 17: Forgiveness

  1. Sharon Brooks says:

    Forgiveness, widely talked, yet not widely walked, is nothing short of nourishment for an overburdened heart. Releasing me, as well as you from a place neither of us wants to be. In a word… freedom.
    Within a compassionate heart, I notice you matter in every situation. This in itself is salvation, releasing me from something that would otherwise eat me up from the inside out.
    By putting myself above no one alleviates digestive distress, therefore enables me to process this very large meal I’ve just been served, in a way I won’t later regret.
    Through the mirror of self recognition, I’m unable to think what you do is worse than what I do. That my hurt, hurts more than yours. And its through this thoughtful heart, I secure a safe path for both of us through the foibles of life, keeping us equally yoked… equally blessed.

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