Hello. I bet you don’t remember me as distinctly as I remember you….
The reality is we often become our kindest, most ethical selves only by seeing what it feels like to be a selfish jackass first.
At some point, you must forgive yourself. It won’t be easy. It’s easier to forgive others. But with ourselves, we never forget. We know what that pain felt like and we know how it still feels. But you must.
If there is one thing about letting go that I can tell you, it’s that it is all on you. You have the power and you are in control to get up and change your situation.
Don’t argue your path with other people. Walk it.
Forgiveness means that you’re done waiting for the person who broke you to come put you back together.
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.