15 Aug

I want to live with a forgiving spirit – always. I have seen the spirit of bitterness and unforgiveness destroy the lives and joy of my mother and grandmother (and countless others). I want to be strong enough to openly engage with others without punishing them for my past.


verb (used with object) grant pardon for or remission of (an offense, debt, etc.); absolve. give up all claim on account of; remit (a debt, obligation, etc.). grant pardon to (a person). cease to feel resentment against: to forgive one’s enemies. cancel an indebtedness or liability of: to forgive the interest owed on a loan.

2 Responses to “Forgiveness”

  1. SpiritedDragonFly11 August 15, 2011 at 10:41 AM #

    Just pure truth.
    Pure of spirit.
    Thank you for posting this – I, too, am on the path of forgiveness, but it’s Radical Forgiveness and I would love to recommend a great book to you by Colin Tipping called “Radical Forgiveness”
    It is changing my life! Blessings, Vicki
    P.S. Awareness is the first sign of change, you are aware of what this inability did to the generation before you, next will come your willingness to change it for yourself and your own children, next comes the courage – it’s all good, keep writing! We are reading and growing righ alongside of you, too.

    • JustaMOM August 15, 2011 at 11:44 AM #

      Thank you Vicki for reading and commenting! I will add the book to my Kindle list and report back. Thank you.

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