We are human beings that forget. Our greatest undoing is to forget the love that we are. Not only do we forget this, we also live in that forgetfulness.
To be faced with the ultimate forgiveness can we get past the pain enough to forgive or does the hurt infringe on our willingness to forgive and to remember the love that we are?
Let us not forget one thing. To totally forgive does not mean that you can forget the pain of loss, however to hold on to the pain, a loss of pride or a commodity is waste of time. When the loss of a loved one is caused by another’s wrong doing the pain becomes the focal point. The excruciating ache of loss and disgust for the person responsible will unbalance the radiant love that is contained within us. Bounded by the walls of such unrestrained emotion the hurt will infringe on our desire to forgive. For one’s own sake allow the God-power to rebalance the senses and bring forth the ultimate forgiveness.
Tell everyone to simply look at life and learn how life can lead you to a greater understanding from within.
This takes time as much of the process is often measured by your willingness to create a new wisdom that allows you to emerge far superior to the person you once were.
Wasn’t it Jesus that said, “If ye have the faith of a mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, remove hence to yonder place, and it shall remove.”
Jesus knew we had complexity in believing that we are all a part of God. We do not identify that this God-power is contained within each of us. A God-power that will allow us to achieve any level of understanding that we choose.
At a time when forgiveness is your greatest challenge this is the time to challenge yourself. You must challenge yourself to remember who you are.
Challenge yourself to create a marvelous miracle. Exercise your right to expand your own divinity. This will bring to you the power to open your mind, release you from the hurt and ache of sadness and bring you full knowledge that by your own assessment you have been saved from destroying yourself.