This is my favorite corner. It's my discussion page. I discuss any relevant topic relating to integrity of character.
FORGIVE - - for many, it is one of the most difficult and dreaded things they would ever like to do. Yet it doesn't have to be that way, not if you're willing to take a close look at the way you ordinarily approach forgiveness.
If you're really honest about it and genuinely want to forgive someone, the first thing you'll realize is that making a decision to forgive, isn't near as painful as holding on to the wrong that was done to you. By offering to forgive, you come to terms with your feelings of resentment, and you relieve yourself of the heavy burden that restricts your character wellness.
I'm not arguing against forgiveness when I say it's often a difficult principle to put into practice. However, by acknowledging our human condition of imperfection, we ought to be willing to offer forgiveness.
It becomes easy to forgive when you apply the principle of understanding. It may be a good thing to consider the possibility that the person who wronged you, would want you to believe that your speculation of their behavior is irrelevant. It takes a humble attitude to be able to forgive someone, and the principle of humility builds character.
KNOW THE PRINCIPLES. APPLY THE PRINCIPLES AND YOU WILL BLESS YOUR LIFE, YOUR FAMILY'S LIFE AND THE LIVES OF OTHERS.