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Posts Tagged ‘Forgive’

[1: 2,010 of 10,000] It Took Time But I Have Forgiven

In Journal on November 11, 2020 at 11:45 PM

Part of healing my aching heart is to truly forgive everyone who I believe have hurt me. Equally important to forgive myself for the time I was too harsh and in moments that I brought pain on others. All these require me to admit those to myself, look at it, and appreciate that am growing.

This month, I search my heart and check if I have been hiding resentments and I can now catch myself, witnessing when I start being scared and step into isolation and depressing state of replaying old records that aren’t true anymore or scenes that have never exist. I am freeing myself because I am embracing forgiveness and its beauty to bring peace into my being.

It wasn’t quick, it took me forty years, and maybe multiple pasts from my previous lives, but I wasn’t regretful and I wouldn’t bother to answer the question, “Why only now?” I honor my journey to healing and that’s all that matters and I value.

[1: 1,603 of 10,000] My Compass of Life Now

In Article on September 28, 2015 at 6:32 AM


When you read these words, “Life is very short, so forgive quickly, believe slowly, love truly, laugh loudly and never avoid anything that makes you smile,” what struck you the most? Me, I consider my life’s compass as “Never avoid anything that makes me smile (provided I am not harming anybody including myself), followed by laugh loudly, love truly, forgive quickly, and I have yet to learn believe slowly, because by now, I know that life is super short.

Turning 100 years old may sound so long but it truly isn’t. When I live my life the same way I did yesterday, it might not have that much difference, but if I take each day and create something new, then life becomes exciting. The more I become aware and intentional on what I do, the more conscious my choices would be and appreciate my life alongside other people.

I love smiling and laughing especially if I could feel that they were authentic. I love it when I am curious and learning and then I rejoice with the experience. I am grateful for being able to both smile and laugh even if I don’t understand what’s going on, what is the reason behind the things around me, or whether what other people are thinking. I exult with the fact that I have today to live, to witness the miracles of life, to be connected with another human being, and then I laugh and smile.

[1: 1,341 of 10,000] It Is Not So Hard To Find The Comedy

In Journal on August 16, 2014 at 8:00 PM

If your loved ones make a mistake, laugh it off, find the comedy.

Laugh It Out

I try to practise this now. I used to snap too easily, stressed out, and I find people to blame; but lately I just want to live a peaceful life so instead of making an issue and creating a bigger drama, I just let it go and find what’s funny from the situation.

Most of the time mistakes were really were accidents and they didn’t intentionally did it to hurt me. I love my loved ones so instead of getting irrationally mad, I just find the comedy and we share a laughter.