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8 Unseen Evidences — The Art of Self-Growth & Planting Seeds Along the Way.

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Liberal Logic! No wonder everything has GONE Down Hill! "accept what is and forget what was???" Those Who Forget are DOOMED to Repeat the ERROR!!!

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Don't get caught up in comparing yourself with other people that you follow or see on the big screen. Life is a journey. Love yourself and enjoy the progress in being the best version of YOU. Not her or her or her. YOU! Work on yourself each and every day! Let go of the past. Let go of regrets. Forgive and forget. Focus on what YOU want in life. Be GRATEFUL with your life NOW and just get excited as you grow into the best version of YOURSELF! by bigkellz

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35 Forgiveness Quotes You'll Instantly Love

I forgive people but that doesn't mean I accept their behavior or trust them. I forgive them for me, so I can let go and move on with my life.

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ouch But beyond true and you all know it. We as humans often have a soft side and as women tend to have a softer side. Some of us forgive and move on but most of us never forget. We don't leave at the first mistake and maybe not the tenth but we absolutely leave when we are not heard and the same mistake keeps being made. She may be fine now but all it takes is that one last straw to break the camels back and be gone. I've done it twice and never looked back. I'm sure you have too…

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To heal a wound you need to stop touching it.

This is why I don't always agree with traditional counseling. At some point, rehearsing what happened is reliving it. Over and over again. Let it go.

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You’ve heard this phrase over and over: “Forgive and forget.” There’s only one problem with it: You can’t do it. It’s impossible! You really can’t forget a hurt in your life. In fact, you can’t even try to forget it. Because when you’re trying to forget, you are actually focusing on the very thing you want to forget. Learn more in this devotional from Pastor Rick's Daily Hope.

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The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to forget is the happiest. – Unknown

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