After Forgiveness, What?

By Patricia: Forgiveness is an important part of life. Without forgiveness, we would live a life of bitterness, either unforgiven for something we did long ago, or wallowing in our anger about something someone did to us. There are many articles on this site about forgiveness, including the one I posted in July 2019, so read more…

Are You Merciful Or Ruthless?

By Ann: Many years ago I was driven to the conclusion that the two major causes of most emotional problems among people are these: The failure to understand, receive and the failure to understand, receive, and live out God’s unconditional grace and forgiveness and the failure to give out that unconditional love, forgiveness, and grace read more…

Forgiveness

By Bridgette: In most cultures, we say that forgiveness is a divine quality, and I think that what we are trying to say is that the different experiences of love and hate create a different quality of energy. Forgiveness, which is one of the most challenging emotions to summon up, probably has a high frequency read more…

How Do You Earn Forgiveness?

By Patricia: I have spent many years working with recovering addicts. One of the hardest things for my clients was the concept of forgiveness. They did not know how to ask for forgiveness, how to grant forgiveness to others, and, most importantly, how to forgive themselves. Addicts always do harmful things to their families and read more…

Planting The Seed

By Ann: A good seed, in itself, cannot yield a heavenly harvest. For the harvest to grow, it also needs soil, water, oxygen, sunlight, and time. Seeds: What is it that you want to achieve? We all have different visions of abundance, so you have to identify how it looks for you. Soil: Where are read more…

Failing At Forgiveness

By Counselor Karen: All of the struggle with the ability to forgive someone that hurts us in life, The ones that hurt us don’t discriminate from family or friends. Sometimes the hurt goes so deep that we find it almost impossible to move on from it. These hurts can come from divorce, lies, jealousy and read more…

How To Turn The Other Cheek

By Counselor Karen: Over the past years, I have learned a lot about what it means to “turn the other cheek” when others offend me or hurt me. It is not something that comes naturally to our selfish natures, but it is something that should be practiced as a whole. It comes down to the read more…