How many times you caught yourself saying: “Damn! I wish I said that or didn’t say that. Or I wish I did that or didn’t do that.” … “I wish I figured this out sooner, I wish I walked away earlier, I wish I knew what I know now ages ago, I wish I could go back and change things, If only I was that person back then … Etc.” but you didn’t know, and you weren’t that person and no you can’t go back. That’s just the way it is. Continue reading
So many times in our lives we are faced with struggles that affect our actions and our feelings all at the same time. We know we have to do the right thing but sometimes it’s at the cost of our hearts and desires. We pay the price either way, and so we ask: which is better. The question is Continue reading
“Don’t forgive because it’s the right thing to do, forgive because it’s what you want to do”. Aly Johnson
“I can forgive, but I cannot forget, is only another way of saying, I will not forgive. Forgiveness ought to be like a cancelled note – torn in two, and burned up, so that it never can be shown against one.” Henry ward Beecher
“He that cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must pass himself; for every man has need to be forgiven.” Thomas fuller
“Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespassed against us”. The Lord’s Prayer
How often do we repeat quotes like these in our daily lives and actually understand the depth of forgiveness? Do we really know how to forgive? And why is it that we do not practice this act more often? Continue reading
How can we describe a moment? Do we recognize it? And how do we handle it? Better yet, do we even know what a ‘moment’ is … I mean can we really define it? Continue reading
How many times in our lives have we felt disappointed? Why do we experience this feeling often? Is there anything we can do to lower our disappointments?
These are some of the questions I ask myself from time to time. Usually it is when I get disappointed, Continue reading
What a poison it is!!
We may not talk about anger as much as we express it in our daily lives. We experience it, we witness it, we resent it, we regret it and wish we never felt it because no good comes out of being angry. Continue reading