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Posted: 05 Jun 2009, 12:23
I normally find one quote and go with it, but today I felt adventurous. :0) I read each of these and just could not get the pleasure of all three. I think these quotes ring so true. I know we all go through so much in life with so many people and it seems so much easier to just be so angry. But when you sit back and truly think about it really? The answer is simple. It is not. Forgiveness, I have learned is the key to growing and living. Does it take all of the pain and hurt out of a situation. No. Remember we are all flesh. Spiritually however, is a whole different story. We are each enlightened in a new way each day. The power of forgiveness will not only enlighten your day but your very soul. I speak from experience. I ask you today to forgive someone and tell them. Be genuine in your forgiving. May you experience the gifts of forgiving. May it bless your day and fill your spirit. God Bless!

"Fogiveness is a virtue of the brave." ~Indira Gandhi

"Forgiveness is the final for of love." ~Reinhold Niebuhr

"The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong." ~Mohandas Gandhi

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