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Greetings and welcome!♥"All the people we cross paths with are blessings in some way;Whether positive or negative, we can grow better every day."~ Artsieladie Quote♥ PNG url:"For all those in our lives who've taught usthe hardest lessons well,If we learn to be grateful for and forgiving of,then peace within will dwell."💟 Have a wonderf... read more »

Dreams & Old Hurts.

What we want versus what we must do are two very completely different things. In my quest to heal the traumas of the past I have learned that the only way out is through. I may not want to go through the process to reflect and clear trauma but I know that I must to make Continue reading Dreams OldHurts. read more »

Silly Sunday – Forgiveness

bethere2day - Silly Sunday - Forgiveness - Sunday is the place to come for weekly laughs. The rules are simple, just have fun Silly Sunday Forgiveness read more »


Greetings and welcome!♥There is a misconception in regards to the act of forgiving. When we forgive another, we benefit ourselves because by forgiving another person of a transgression, we "free ourselves" from the burden.Many folks believe that when another is forgiven, the person forgiven is then let off the hook, so to speak, but this is not the case because the one forgiven is still left to carry the burden of guilt and they have no longer a hold over the forgiver. Hence, a transgressor who has wrong... read more »


Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Hello folks, I am glad you have taken the time out of your busy schedule to read my article. Today I want to write about Self Hurt or Self Infliction of pain. This article is more of a continuation of my previous article titled THE SLOW POISON. I sincerely hope that my point of view about ... read more »

Why Morals and Values are Important–Part 6 by V...

Why Values and Morals are Important Part 6 By  Vicki Hinze   NOTE: This is Part 6 of a 6-part series of posts. If you haven’t yet read Part 1, 2, 3, 4 or Part 5, you can read them Continue reading read more »

Dangerous Love – Book Review

I have spent several years as an expat but this pales in comparison to the life of Ray Norman and his family. The title “Dangerous Love” is truly fitting for this book! What happens read more »

When Life Isn’t Fair by Julie Arduini

Growing up, my sister and I spent time with favorite cousins. It was a respite of sorts from a chaotic season and the cousins offered zany moments and memories that are still fresh for me. My cousin, the father of the family, also gave me wisdom. If I remember the story correctly, he was in [] read more »

Have You Heard About Samandar Singh or Sister R...

Have you ever heard about this man Samandar Singh? Have you heard about Sister Rani Maria? Do you know what is the link that connects these two? If you do not, let me make it clear. Sister Rani Maria was an young Malayali nun serving among the poor people in some rural areas near Indore in Madhya Pradesh. She was brutally killed in broad day light in a bus in front of many by a fanatic group sponsored by some landlords of the area who were annoyed with the social work of the sister among the downtrodde... read more »

The Thing About Love In The Church

Many years ago I was in preparation for a meeting. It was in Maine. I made the decision to take a young man with me. The meeting was in ministry to the unbeliever, specifically seekers of false religions, including witchcraft, new age and paganism. I wrote this about the 2006 meeting. My young friend actually Continue reading The Thing About Love In The Church read more »

Humbly Exalted

For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be exalted.” Continue reading read more »

A Dose Of Humility Changes Things

Last night before falling asleep I was thinking about the folks I speak to about Jesus. The folks that I might invite to a church gathering. I found myself rolling with answers and thought process. Perhaps some of it was triggered by a few conversations yesterday. The day after Christmas is one of my brother’s Continue reading A Dose Of Humility Changes Things read more »

How to Heal from a Breakup

You are probably reading this because like me youve experienced some form of loss or heartbreak either in the past or right now. Heartbreak doesnt have to just come from intimate partners but from our parents, friends, pets, etc. Loss is loss even if its not romantic. Ive written about this many times before but [] read more »

How to Forgive and Forget

To forgive another is the greatest favor you can do... for yourselfTake the initiative. Don't wait for the other person to apologize.If the forgiven person wants to reenter your life, it is far to demand truthfulness. He should be made to understand, to feel the hurt you've felt. Then you should expect a sincere promise that you won't be hurt that way again.Be patient. If the hurt is deep, you can't forgive in a single instant.Forgive "retail" not "wholesale". It is almost impossible to forgive someone f... read more »

Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good by Jan Karon ...

Introducing Jan Karons newest book: Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good NEW BOOK SPOTLIGHT: Greetings everyone! Im here to share an exciting new book with all my visitors and especially to our Reading Challenge Fans for September! This month we are focusing on bringing you all sorts of inspired reading to help offer some suggested titles [] read more »

Philomena (2013)

A Movie Parable by Michael Elliott Philomena tells the true story of a woman who, after keeping a secret for fifty years, is compelled to not only tell her story but also to follow that story to finally close a chapter in her life. It is Continue reading The post Philomena (2013) appeared first on Movie Parables. read more »

Grudge Match (2013)

A Movie Parable by Michael Elliott You have to admit, the concept behind Grudge Match is genius. Casting the Italian Stallion and the Raging Bull in the same film and making them arch rivals is the stuff from which boxing dreams are made. It is just Continue reading The post Grudge Match (2013) appeared first on Movie Parables. read more »

#AtoZChallenge - Proverbs 31 and Forgiveness

Forgiving - to cease to feel resentment against.~~~oOo~~~ 11) The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need of spoil.Who among us has not needed to forgive at some point? Who among us has not needed to be forgiven at some point? *cricket* *cricket* In a perfect world, the word forgive would probably not even be in the dictionary. But the world we live in is far from perfect, hence the need for forgiveness.When someone wrongs us, it is human nature to feel resentment. M... read more »

Abundance by Julie Arduini

Happy New Year!  It probably doesnt surprise you that words are important to me. Beyond writing, I ask God to reveal a word He wants me to focus on for the year. As we welcome 2014, I thought Id share some of my thoughts on 2013 and the word He gave me. What was your [] read more »

The Resonating Quote by Julie Arduini

Last week our pastor gave a sermon that not only had great principles, but even a statement that seemed off the cuff. Its still resonating with me, a week or so later. You can hang on, or move on. I tend to be a black or white perspective person, so this quote got me. There [] read more »

The Inner Path: Living Spiritually, Daily

"Everyone is on a spiritual path; most people just don't know it." ~ Marianne Williamson Spirituality, for many people, is a simple yet sacred act of connecting with something greater than oneself. It's a deep sense of belonging to life and finding it meaningful on every level. It's coming into the right relationship with ourselves so that our inside matches our outside... our values and dreams show up in how we actually live our life. And when we're in the right relationship, we feel a sense of joy, pe... read more »

Dare to... Kiss and Make up

The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. ~ Mahatma GandhiFor some people, saying “I’m sorry” are two of the most difficult words to utter. And while we all have disagreements and arguments from time-to-time, life is too short to hold grudges. Although arguments may seem monumental at the time, they're often trivial in the grand scheme of things. So why not take the high road... be the first to apologize.... bury the hatchet and let bygones be bygones. Kiss and make up... ev... read more »

Loving Those Who Hurt Us

I was just thinking about some experiences from my past. You know, as we journey through life it is inevitable that we will be hurt from time to time. When someone hurts us, whether they did so intentionally or not, our first impulse is to lash out at them. We want revenge. But Jesus says [...] read more »

On Tiger Woods and Grace :: To Forgive or Not t...

As I watched Tiger Woods stand behind the podium on Saturday morning, delivering his statement to the general public, a few thoughts ran through my head. I know this is well-rehearsed and scripted, but is it sincere? Is there any way to know for sure? Even if I feel it is sincere, what are others thinking? The only question [...] read more »

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