For younger children, it may be helpful to summarize the following ideas: Forgiveness brings earthly and heavenly rewards. Sometimes when others have hurt us we might be so filled with bitterness and anger that we might try to hurt them back.
It's not uncommon and perfectly normal for any human to think like that But the very moment you think of revenge,you welcome negativity to rule your mind. When someone hurts an animal,the animal reacts immediately.
If you being a human with stronger ability to think and analyze things will do the same So to be a better human one needs to learn how to forgive. To forgive the first thing we need to do is forget.
Just forget whatever happened or whoever did something wrong with you. It needs immense inner strength to achieve that.
In my case I never care if the other person will think I am weak or anything In other words I forget and never try to take revenge.
From where such strength comes? It comes from within me If I am quite sure that I never thought or did anything wrong to that person,then I just let it go I am a great believer of time and as time passes the one who did wrong will regret.
Look at the positive aspect of every thing that happens.
There's always something positive but we just ignore it and think about the negatives. Stop doing that and create your own beautiful world,a world full of positivity.
Music and Book Lover, curious about web design and development.But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.”(Matthew , NIV) Husain Haddawy’s The Arabian Nights discusses many situations in which individuals learn to forgive others for the wrong that they have done against them.
The role of forgiveness in the tempest is so significant because it is only through forgiveness that the characters truly succeed, but also because it raises the question of the extent of human forgiveness and helps the reader learn plenty about the different characters in the play.
Kiki is an extraordinary Sacramento student who, through her perseverance, strong character, and ability to forgive, has been able to celebrate life, finding happiness and success.
In my opinion (whatever YOU deem that worth), NOT being able to forgive is like a head injury what i will call: a damaged compassion ability/skill. Some head injuries heal and are not permanent. Research Paper By Anne Kathrin Schubert (Life Coach, GERMANY) Introduction.
Forgiveness is a topic that concerns everyone.
We all get disappointed, offended and hurt by people and have to decide whether to hold resentment or to forgive. Learning how to forgive-forgiveness is—and is not—and provides an exercise to help you learn how to forgive. It may come as a surprise that forgiving is a skill you can hone, and that granting forgiveness may actually do more for you than the person you forgive.