Forgiveness is the ultimate act of love- It’s the backbone of most religions and it can make or break your life experience.

As many have said, holding resentment or unforgiveness against someone is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies, You only hurt yourself. So practicing forgiveness is a form of practicing self-love.

One of my favorite books is ‘Radical Forgiveness’ by Colin Tipping. In the book, Colin has developed a way of helping people resolve apparent problems or situations by encouraging them to look at the assumptions underlying their distress. In this guide he shows, in a practical way, how we can begin to work from the deepest part of ourselves and thus benefit ourselves as well as others.

This book taught me that forgiveness takes empthay and empathy comes with awareness. Being aware and understanding that we all have the same capacity to make mistakes, to kill, steal and destroy will help create this empathy needed to forgive.

Forgiveness frees us…and is the greatest love of all.

[…]  Next, FORGIVE your past mistakes, people who hurt you and let go of mindsets that make you the victim. Adopt a stronger story. Know, that you have the power to change your life, to be free and to overcome any obstacle. […]

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