Sometimes we do want to forgive someone, but pride itself doesn’t let you. It keeps telling you that you’ll be a fool by forgiving and that you’ll probably end up being hurt again.
“Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.”
There are two words in the English language that can lead to a world of forgiveness and absolution. It is a simple statement, one where a person will admit wrongdoing.
In detachment you forgive, forget, let go, move on, you lose and win.
You must have been scared, Mom, and maybe even alone. But somewhere along the line you valued my life more than your own. Thank you.
Teddi could have every reason to be mad at the world. I know a lot of humans who are.
We have all met them and most of us have dated them. They are good looking, sometimes unconventionally so. They are charming and smooth and know how to make us laugh.
But for some reason, there’s still those who have done us wrong yet we still choose to forgive, make them stay, because we wish to seek the fascinating treasures of this world with them.
When it comes to living life to its fullest, children are the real gurus of happiness.
What if they break my heart? Do I still need to forgive them?