Helpful Forgiveness Hint

Many people say that one of the most difficult aspects of the process of forgiveness is     simply making the decision to go ahead and try it. Deciding to walk through the forgiveness door is hard because it deals with change, with commitment and both of these can be unsettling. We are starting a new path, a new way of approaching the world. Starting a new job or a new exercise program, or deciding to move to a new city can all be disruptive, but can lead to growth as a person. So, if you are feeling a little trepidation about your decision to forgive, know that you are not alone. And knowing that, I urge you to go ahead anyway, despite the initial discomfort.


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  1. Brian says:

    Thanks for the encouragement. Yes, I will try.

  2. josh says:

    I know it is hard to open that door, but with courage it can be done. And once you walk through that door and try forgiveness, you may never want to leave the forgiveness room.

  3. Chris says:

    It helps to know that others struggle with this particular part of the forgiveness process. Thanks for the information on that.

  4. V.E.G. says:

    There is another one like that: Kristina Veniaminovna Shevchenko. She was the daughter of Russian parents of Ukrainian origin.

  5. Samantha says:

    Courage. It needs to be part of the forgiveness process so that people can indeed open those doors that are scary to open.


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