ForGive and Live!
What We'll Cover in This Webinar:
Forgiving Others – What is True Forgiveness?
True forgiveness doesn’t come back to kick you in the teeth. When you learn about forgiveness, it’s like giving a gift. You give with no strings attached. People who say that they forgive but still bring up the past every time shows that they haven’t truly forgiven. They might have said that they had forgiven but with zero intent. So, what is true forgiveness?
Forgiveness Requires The Strength of Character
Forgiveness requires the strength of character, rather than weakness. Those who are able to forgive are more likely to live happier lives. In John’s case, his brother is now his best friend because he learned from the kid he bullied how to move on and create major successes in life despite circumstances. John’s brother asked him once how he could forgive and the answer is simple, to love is far better than to hate someone.
What is The Difference Between Forgiving Someone and Condoning Their Actions?
There is a difference between forgiving someone and condoning their actions. There are a lot of kids today who had experienced child abuse at some point in their lives. So what happens to the upbringing of the child?
Falling into Distractions and Addictions
The feeling that you have in your heart reflects on the outside and shows you how to be a compassionate and empathetic person, thus making you a better person. Hold onto the addictions that you use as a bolster against being hurt again and you create even more tension in your life and have more things to forgive or be forgiven for.
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