Where There Is No Forgiveness
Find Resentment and Retaliation
I am well aware of the past harm I have done to myself and others and yet, my life continues to be a breeding ground for resentment. I may think others have more than me, are better than me, more successful than I have been and I make-up in my mind that these people are looking down at me. I make-up in my mind that there are people who are out to get me or are trying to harm me in retaliation for some past transgression I may have been the source of. While there may be times or situations when I truly have been wronged, I have come to understand and believe that most of my resentments are most likely delusional.
Whatever the situation may have been, or stands now, it is so clear to me that for me to grow and move forward, I must learn to forgive myself, those I have wronged and begin a process of making things right.
Through forgiveness of myself and others, I begin to break through the cycle of hurt and retaliation. I begin to know that there is a way out of the screwed-up, delusional dramas in my head, through forgiveness and acceptance which brings peace and tranquility to life.
- Use The F-Word (personalbrandingblog.com)
- The Benefits of Forgiving Someone: (socyberty.com)
- Saving Yourself (christophersmark.wordpress.com)
Posted on November 16, 2010, in Defects, Delusion, feelings, forgiveness, Friendships, How to overcome Depression, Hurt emotions, Inner Self, inspiration, Life, Life's Lessons, Mental Health, Opinions, Past Transgressions, Personal Growth, Personality, Relationships, Resentment, Self concept, Self Discovery, Self-forgiveness, Self-improvement, Shortcomings, Spirituality and tagged Addiction, Amends, Apology, Burden, Courage, Delusional thinking, Drama, Forgiveness, Forgiving, guilt, Her fault, His fault, I'm sorry, Life, My fault, Out to get me, Out to get you, Past Transgressions, peace, Personal Growth, remorse, Resentment, Resentments, Retaliation, Self-forgiveness, Their fault, Tranquil life, Wronged, Your fault. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.