As far as I remember, Almas is the only girl — after Tina and Leonie — I have troubled the most in school. I was notorious and we used to sit together in standard seven; around 1991. I don't know have happened and one day, I poked a sharp-pointed something in her arm. She cried and cried … Continue reading I Found My Forgiveness After 25 Years of Disrespecting Her
I never paid attention to asking for forgiveness from the ones I hurt, until the day I got hurt repeatedly. I attended a spiritual retreat that taught me to introspect and look inside. My guru told me that it’s all inside. I was taught how to introspect for days together and to my shock, I found my … Continue reading My Gratitude to the Forgivers
Forgiveness is decent not just for the person who’s forgiven, but for the person who forgives. We frequently think of forgiveness as a kind, generous act — an act of pity or compassion extended to someone who wronged us. While that can be true, research over the past few decades has exposed huge personal benefits … Continue reading Why Should We Practice Forgiveness?
It’s vital to forgive yourself and others to release your guilt and decide to not allow it to choke you and your future opportunities. Forgiveness isn’t acceptance of the hurt. It’s about taking care of yourself so that you can move forward with your life without being controlled by the guilt or the person who … Continue reading The Heart of Forgiveness