(photo: 30 years ago, a wedding party took some wonderful photos here – revisited the place because it was only a jog away from Cedarbrook Nursing home)
Is it possible that when we are angry and unwilling to forgive someone could it really be possible that we are actually angry with ourselves?
If we are unwilling to forgive ourselves, we will never be able to forgive others.
We unknowingly channel our discontent with ourselves into our outward behaviors to others.
Wish it wasn’t true.
The only antidote is to accept this, admit it, spend serious time (possibly years) rethinking, reprioritizing, and then recommitting to forgiving ourselves.
World class forgiveness is the only way to free ourselves. For good.