“Forgiveness is a funny thing. It warms the heart and cools the sting.”
—William Arthur Ward, 20th Century inspirational author
Many people are suffering these days. Without question, life comes with ups and downs, making our journeys bumpy and filled with twists and turns.
Forgiveness is a quality we admire and appreciate in people we respect and wish to emulate. Many of us find forgiveness quite difficult to express on a consistent basis despite the fact that it truly “warms the heart and cools the sting.”
What is it in our wiring that can make forgiving others and even forgiving ourselves so difficult?
How often do you make yourself and others wrong for their mistakes, shortcomings, and acts that hurt others?
What would be the value of finding greater compassion, empathy, and forgiveness within yourself to travel life’s road a bit more smoothly?