The give in forgiveness
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The give in forgiveness

Not for-get. Not for-go. Not for-take. For-give.

But what are we giving and to whom?

An honest answer feels like peace.

There are layers of forgiveness, some easier than others.

In forgiveness we clear a debt, either owed or owing.

When we work out the why the give becomes easier.

Who or what do you need to forgive?

A powerful a-ha moment can be realising it’s you.

I’m not saying it’s easy. I am saying it’s worth it.