Many do not want to forgive because they have a misguided belief that by holding on to their anger, hatred or resentment is somehow punishing the other person. Wrong! That is not the case.
Rather, withholding forgiveness is akin to drinking poison with the hope that the other person will die. They won’t!
Forgive them for your own peace of mind, healing and freedom. You deserve to reclaim your power, your life. 🦋
Be brave. Forgive them for the joy of your freedom. 🦋
Compassion is the heartbeat of forgiveness.🦋
Our eyes are windows to our heart. They reveal what we don’t dare voice. Eyes don’t lie. 🦋
The journey towards resolution, forgiveness and peace can begin with f@*k you and that my friend is o.k. 🦋
I believe forgiveness is one of the highest forms of love and respect in any personal or professional relationship.
It takes courage to say ‘I’m sorry’ and an even more valiant heart to say ‘I forgive you’.
~ Judit 🦋
Self-forgiveness is a positive admission to ourselves that we did the best we could with the level of consciousness and understanding that we had at the time of the situation. Forgiveness brings us peace, freedom and permission to move forward in loving kindness of self and others.
Personal integrity weathers all storms.
Judit e. Szabo
I feel you … watching me … caressing my hair, my curves, my soul … I glance … you turn … feigned indifference … oh my sweet love … crush the pain … forgive me as I have forgiven you.
~ Judit e. Szabo
This morning as I am walking along the shores of Lake Ontario, I come across a quarried boulder with RECONCILATION etched on its one side. A fallen white tissue positioned just so in front of it. As I sit on this boulder … now my boulder … observing the hypnotizing ebb and flow of the lake … reconciliation begins to whisper … promising love, peace and joy … slowly shape-shifting into a bridge of hope … beckoning to cross over to grace … rumbling thoughts of reconciliation begin to roll through my mind … crushing illusions of fear … soothing anger … commanding to stand down … as I begin to loosen and relax … forgiveness purifies my guilt … our guilt … my eyes mist, tears flow … my heart breaks open … hmm … am I brave enough? I continue on my walk … seeking courage.
~ Judit e. Szabo