One Way to Understand People Who Have Hurt You
To carry anger within you over what someone did to you is to degrade your creativity, productivity and serenity.
Being mistreated is nothing more than a training camp to build your strength to forgive.
And to forgive really is to be strong and powerful versus weak. And meek.
When you harbor resentment, you miss the glory of the present moment. You’re living in the past. The grudge is burning away at you. Blocking your mastery. And silencing your music.
So how can you let it go?...
...simple, you let it go.
You make the choice to move on with your life, understanding that un-forgiveness is like carrying the person who hurt you on your back. Pretty draining, right?
You set the intention to be the bigger person and seek the growth in whatever happened, letting your pain purify you. And make you kinder and wiser.
And you work to develop the awareness that people do the best they can based on the level of wisdom and awareness they have at that time.
So, forgive. Today. Please.
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