Reblog: Forgive them, even if they’re not sorry.

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Hey people the best thing that you can do is forgive someone who has hurt you, miss treated you and abused and used you. You don’t want to live a life holding onto past hurt and pain. The worst thing that you could do is not forgive someone. When you do this you allow people to have dominion over your life. Understand this when people attack you. It’s not a attack directed toward you. You are collateral. You are the closes thing to them that they feel that they can take their anger out on. Hurt people hurt other people. They are expressing what is eating them alive internally. They are mad and don’t know how to properly handle that you and everybody else life according to them. Seems to be going perfect. Everything that you or anybody else touch prospers but them their life is crumbling. Any and everything can’t go right. They have yet to realize that them attacking others will not solve the problem. They haven’t realized that the reasons for their life going the way that it is could be a them problem. So they need to find a better way to rationalize the situation and find a different method to gain a better solution. So they take, hurt, blame and attack others like if they are the problem. But it’s really them and they don’t have a solution to their problem. What I am trying to say is that yeah pray and use wisdom to understand who and what you are dealing with. The price that hurt you is not a attack on you. Don’t take what they do personal. Rather understand how to handle that particular individual so you won’t make the problem bigger than it already is. Pray for them. Forgive them even though it’s in their nature to do strike again. Do this to keep peace between you two and most important so you can sustain peace within. But remember what they do isn’t personal. They can’t attack and dismantle themselves so they find people so they can display what is being repressed within.
So peace

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But to you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them. Give to everyone who asks you, and if anyone takes what belongs to you, do not demand it back. Do to others as you would have them do to you.” — Luke 6:27-31
If you do an honest assessment of your family relationships and one or two people keep showing up because of the terrible way they make you feel, it might be time to evaluate these toxic people and find out if this toxic relationship in your life is keeping you from finding happiness. See, toxic family are negative energy – they drain you of…

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