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April 21, 2012

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TWM

The past, as you say like death is one of the few unchangeable aspects of living. We all have one and we all we meet the other, no questions about that. The forgiving others though isn't so much saying hey dickweed I forgive you for spitting on me in third grade or whatever the action was. More so forgiving someone else is not a judgement of good or evil but rather understanding where the baggage we carry is from, forgiving the situation or person(if you want to phrase it that way) for placing it on you. It was not yours to carry but theirs.

People who were fucked up yesterday most likely will be in the same condition today and no amount of aid or forgiveness you try to offer will change them. When I say you are better off for forgiving those in the past who shamefully abused you i am saying forgive them to the extent required to lose the pain and hurt feeling in your heart that even allows you room to remember it. Hell no you can't change it but once it is dealt with you can put it in a folder until your next bout of shreditis.

Be Well OG we're on the same page I think.

OGClaudia

We're on the same page. Thanks for sharing, and even pushing, this conversation. I think it's so important.

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