Tag Archives: Forgiveness Project

What gives?

I drive a lot for my job, and I’m usually alone in the car. Sometimes I pray, sometimes I just think. My drives can be as long as an hour, so I also like to listen to the radio when … Continue reading

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Forgiveness sometimes means admitting you were wrong

In every relationship there are two players, you and the other person. And much of the time our actions are made in response to the other person’s actions, they are reactions. But we also act proactively, that is, not in … Continue reading

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Let the Fresh Winds Blow

Another Thursday evening, in the kitchen, shabby dinner, homework tending. This new life is so different from a year ago when all my days were mine, at least for a few hours. Just this week I passed a year since … Continue reading

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The Huffington Post talks forgiveness:

Maria Mayo: What Does the Bible Really Say about Forgiveness?. Jennifer Lauck: Forgive the Unforgivable? How? Marilyn Sewell: Forgiveness and the Law of Love Just a few of the many articles they have to help along the way. Updated 8/16/11: … Continue reading

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Kite Flying

Last week I went on vacation with three generations of my family. It was the first time we had all gathered together for a vacation and the first time for my children to experience the ocean. As has been the … Continue reading

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A parable seed

Last summer, just days before I started IMRT (radiation therapy), my husband and I were at a beach about an hour away from the hospital where my treatment would take place. It had been about 6 years since I had … Continue reading

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Forgiveness does not mean “I trust you”

Forgiveness does not mean “I trust you.” This is really important because we often think that forgiving someone means that we are really saying “everything is great, like nothing has happened between us, we’ve turned back the clock on our … Continue reading

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