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It's All In The Past

  1. And I'm happy its there to stay.

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  2. It is certainly easier to say you forgive then to actually forgive. Once it actually happens, you do feel so much better. I wish someone could give instructions on how we achieve that feat because it just seems to happen unconsciously. I am glad you got to decorate. It feels great to have your space that where you spend all your time pleasing to your eye. I have a friend that has a hard time spending money on such things and although it is good to have a savings, if something happened to you tomorrow, you couldn't take it with you, so you should enjoy today. Glad you got some time to yourself today :)

  3. I agree. I've told many of people that I forgive them only to realize I've just tried to forget about it rather then forgive them. Odd?! It's the best feeling in the world to know you actually have given forgiveness. I read some place that if you fail to forgive, you, yourself, are the only one that is burdened by it. And I think that's true... I carried the resentment weight, not him. And when I realized that it was OK to forgive him it all went away and he is none the wiser.
    Thanks for the kind words & reply :)

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