Forgiveness

Have You Forgiven Your Parents? Probably Not

October 1, 2018

Dead or alive, lovable or despicable, if a parent can still make you angry, then you have not forgiven them. Until you can look to see how you’ve hated your parents in the past and allow forgiveness to enter, meaning to stop hating your parents in the present, and remain unstirred, then you cannot live long or…

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It’s Up to Us to Break the Chain of Negativity

May 16, 2018

Face it. Amidst the beauty and wonder of our human existence, the world is often wrong. The stream of life is cluttered with flotsam and jetsam containing dangerous debris. Navigating its currents can at times seem an impossibly titanic voyage. But it isn’t. Once you know the secret of how to meet the pressures of the world…

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We Aren’t Meant to Judge

May 15, 2018

We aren’t supposed to live with anger inside us, pushing us to do and say things we don’t want to do or say. We’re supposed to overcome the lash of resentful, negative energy and then never die from it. The problem is we aren’t being shown how. Parents are failing. The religions are failing. Self-reliance seems the…

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Who Pisses You Off?

April 17, 2018

Once you know the secret to handling the annoying people around you, even the irritating personalities in media, politics and industry, you’ll find peace within. You will find the strength to stand up to bullies and tyrants with grace or to properly stand down to those who deserve your respect. You’ll know the difference. Until, then, when…

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How to Live Forever

April 1, 2018

King Solomon, the author of Proverbs, wrote that, “Iron sharpens iron; so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.” In English, countenance used as a verb means to tolerate, as in, “You should not have countenanced his rudeness.” Here, it connotes an endorsement so as to encourage someone to do something. The shortcomings of others will…

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What Your Parents Did

December 29, 2017

Anger toward a parent is how the seed is sown. It is the moment of the initial invasion and no one, not a single human being who has ever lived, will live, or who lives today can avoid it (with two historical exceptions) Nor can any of us live peacefully until we forgive our parents.…

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Saying I’m Sorry

November 26, 2017

A begrudging apology just to smooth over a relationship broken by selfish and self-seeking behavior can look good on the surface. Very often, however, it is nothing more than a feeble attempt to regain lost approval. An amends is worthless unless it’s fueled by the supernatural energy evoked through a forgiving spirit, free from all…

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Don’t Hate Your Faults

October 15, 2017

What is clinically termed as Depression isn’t really a disease with physiological origins. It is only the word we use to describe a certain state of mind originating out of metaphysical phenomenon. Biochemical indicators and other aberrations symptomatic to the “disorder” are merely the visible effects of an underlying cause. Subsequently, even pharmaceutical and psychological…

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The “Let It Go” Paradox

September 21, 2017

You’ve heard it before. Advice to the emotionally beleaguered. “Let it go,” they say. “Let God.” That sounds great. It is great. But also, it presumes a person knows just how to do that. Spiritual pundits are great that way. They tell you what to do, and are frequently correct. But hardly ever do they…

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Forgiving Harvey

August 30, 2017

We’ve all witnessed it. The frustrated, angry mother in the supermarket screaming at the top of her lungs at her wild children, using foul language and demeaning words to regain lost control. Words kill. Anything that can seduce another, even an innocent child, into secret anger and judgment, results in creating the future tyrants and bullies to pass along the…

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