Being a Conduit of Good

Here is a challenge to anyone reading this: Do you have the courage to live your life in such a way that you deliberately pattern your actions each day to be a conduit of good for others? If you are steeped in bitterness and resentment, it is difficult to live for others because of the pain within. Try to forgive those who seem to be holding you back. They are not really holding you back because at any given moment, it is your choice whether or not to become a forgiving person. As you commit to becoming a forgiving person, your life takes on such amazing meaning. Only those who have tried what I am describing here will understand the importance of this post.

Robert

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3 comments

  1. Jamie says:

    This is like starting a weight loss program. It is kind of scary to begin but then becomes a life style. It is a really challenging way to live, but a good way to live. I am going to try it!

  2. Samantha says:

    “A forgiving person”……Those words are filled with subtlety. You are not talking about just forgiving someone, are you? instead, you seem to be talking about a pattern, even a way of life. So we can start leading a life of forgiveness which goes way beyond a forgiving action toward one person who has hurt us.

  3. Michael L says:

    I am beginning to think that forgiveness is a heroic virtue because it takes so much to get it right. It takes perseverance and courage and strength. With practice it probably gets easier so that the courage part is not so prominent any more.

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