So many people, myself included, struggle with the concept of forgiveness. It’s a tough concept, and one we focused on in a recent Writing for Resilience group. Through our discussion and writing we recognized that we’re not always ready to forgive; that when we do, we find we’ve freed ourselves of a burden; and that sometimes, the hardest person to forgive is ourselves.

 

Nadia Bolz-Weber brings another take on forgiveness. What if it’s an act of courage and strength?

What would happen, I wonder, if we understood forgiveness as a form of deep self-care? (Click to Tweet)
Bolz-Weber shows us how to stand in our power and free ourselves of the chains of unforgiveness.

Forgive Assholes | Have a Little Faith

Struggling with forgiving someone in your life? Nadia Bolz-Weber says to grab the bolt-cutters. ✂️

Posted by Have a Little Faith on Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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