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2007-02-27 15:02中青英语角

  forgiveness means bending without breaking, being strong enough to withstand the heavy weight of injury but resilient enough to recover. Be forgiving!

  Life is never perfect and often unfair. Forgive life's inevitable failures.

  Forgive yourself: for what you regret doing and for what you wish you had done, for not being fully for yourself and for being only yourself.

  Self-forgiveness cleanses the soul, washing away shame and guilt. Out of self-forgiveness comes the power to extend forgiveness to others.

  You have the right to feel sad, betrayed, angry, resentful when you've been injured. Understand, accept, and express your feelings. Pushing them below the surface only means they will erupt in another place, at another time.

  Confront those who have hurt you; tell them how you feel. When that's impossible or when that could harm you or someone else, speak to them in your imagination.

  Forgiveness does not mean accepting further abuse or continuing destructive relationships. Establish boundaries for what is acceptable to you and make those boundaries clear to others. Hold them accountable for their actions.

  Justice may right the wrongs, but forgiveness heals the hurt. Seek forgiveness beyond justice.

  Sometimes people hurt you because, like you, they are learning and growing. Forgive their incompleteness, their humanness.

  To refuse to forgive is to continue to hurt yourself. Victimed once, your lack of forgiveness keeps you stuck as a victim, holding on to a victim's identity. Instead, claim the identity of one who forgives.

  Recognize how you've refused to forgive. Keeping inner monsters at bay requires energy. Instead ,use your energy to affirm and embrace life.

  Victims are helpless, at the mercy of the offender. By showing mercy to an offender, you put yourself back in control. Take charge by forgiving.

  宽恕能实现在最疼痛的伤口,在泛泛之辈、在最厌恶的 人身上。这是上天赐给我们的能耐。
  Know that forgiveness is possible even in the most hurtful circumstances, even toward someone you may not trust or respect, even when someone doesn't seem to deserve forgiveness. It is a testimony to the goodness your creator instilled within you from the first moment of your being.

  Forgiveness is the only real prescription for the pain you feel over someone else's behavior. The healing choice is yours to make.

  Think of forgiveness as a powerful survival skill. It helps you find your way through the wilderness of understanding ,hurt ,resentment ,and hatred.

   If you find it hard to forgive your parents for their imperfect parenting, remember: they were shaped by the imperfect parenting they were received from parents who were shaped by their own parenting, and so on and so on…

  Forget about forgetting an injury. That's now always possible and maybe at times not even desirable. Rather, choose to move on, past remembering to forgiveness.

  Let forgiveness be the catalyst for a healthy chain reaction. Forgiveness sterilizes the wound, which permits healing, which releases energy for growth.

  No loving relationship if free of hurts. Bind up the wounds of love with forgiveness.

  No offense is unforgivable unless you make it so. Use your power wisely.

  When you are having a difficult time forgiving, recall a moment when you wanted to be forgiven. Offer the other person what you wanted to receive.

  Forgiveness takes practice. Start with small hurts and work your way up to the big ones.

  Forgiveness is a lifelong process. Forgive over and over-even for the same offense.

  Forgiveness may seem futile when you see no immediate results. But healing and growth are like fine aged cheese-not instant mashed potatoes. Give forgiveness time.

  没有人能使你难过。变好或变糟,你有能力为自己做决定。运用你的 能力,掌管心情的 喜怒哀乐。
  No one can make you feel bad. You have the power to choose between getting bitter and getting better. Take responsibility for your feelings; claim your power.

  You cannot change someone for the better by holding a grudge. Grudges only change you for the worse.

  Ask yourself whether “I can't forgive ”means “I won't forgive.” Then turn your heart toward the warmth of god's love and allow that love to thaw your heart.

  Forgiveness takes courage and determination. Dig deep and you will find the strength you need.

  Allow forgiveness to open the door to reconciliation. Today's bully could be tomorrow's friend.

  Accept the possibility of rebuilding a relationship. Past offenses can be bulldozed and buried and a better life built atop the debris.

  don't put conditions on your forgiveness, or your inner peace will depend on the decision of the person who hurt you. Make you own choice.

  When someone won't forgive you, refusing to forgive in return is no answer. That's like wrapping yourself in the other's chains. Keep yourself free; forgive.

  To help you forgive, picture the other person surrounded by the light of god. See yourself stepping into that same light, and feel god's presence with you both.

  Forgive even when there has been no apology or restitution. If you withhold forgiveness until a wrong is made right, you risk condemning yourself to a life sentence of unresolved bitterness; you risk letting your life be shaped by someone else's actions.

  Forgiveness is not something you do for someone else; it is something you do for yourself. Give yourself the gift of forgiveness.

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