To forgive or not to forgive-
Have you ever been wronged, hurt, disappointed and angered by people in your lives? If you have, how do you deal with the pain? Do you hold on to it, relive it, or develop a deep vengeful grudge? Or do you choose to forgive and move onward with your life?
When you focus on the painful things that have been done to you, you allow a vile of negative energy brew within your heart blocking out your happiness and ultimately leading to self destructive behaviors. But if you choose forgiveness, you instantaneously set yourself free from their undeserving suffocating grip.
However, we are not saying that forgiveness means forgetfulness. Forgiveness means letting go of the anger, hurt feelings, resentment, and any other negative emotions that may be eating at you from the inside out.
We have to remember that people are fallible and will make mistakes! Forgive them for those mistakes, but learn from them. Learn what boundaries are needed in certain relationships or how you can respond differently to avoid being in the same negative situation again. Sometimes we learn that certain people tend to act in intensive ways that must not be taken personally, sometimes we learn that an individual needs to be kept at an arms length, and sometimes it may be necessary to cut a toxic person out of your life if they continually hurt you. Each scenario is unique and in some cases, forgiveness may take much more time, but we encourage you to consider it because it is totally worth it!
This blog is inspired by a great friend!
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"