How competent/practiced can you become at forgiveness?

When I was younger, it took a lot more effort to learn how to forgive. In fact, I thought I simply was unable – especially if the other person was not repentant.

However, as I grew up, I discovered forgiveness has NOTHING to do with the other person.

And everything to do with you setting down the angst you carry as a response to whatever they did.

You don’t have to absolve them of their crime. This isn’t absolution. But you can put down the weight you’re carrying as a reaction.

Today’s reminder asks us to become completely proficient at the practice of forgiving other peoples’ actions.

(Of course I can think of at least one unforgivable crime that I choose to carry with me forever, I’m not perfect at this!)

But everything else? How much lighter might I be if I put down the weight of my anger toward another person’s misstep?

How competent might I become at this skill in this lifetime?

#dailychallenge #forgiveness #proficiency #carrymountains #skilldevelopment #personaladvancement

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *