by Sheri McGregor
It’s often said that we should forgive for our own good. To forgive sets us free. That’s different than the forgiveness that comes when someone who has wronged us is remorseful and wants to make things right. To forgive doesn’t always require that we forget.
Forgiven or not, a person’s bad behavior often has consequences. Forgiveness can be a solitary act. To forgive doesn’t require that we forget everything and place ourselves, precariously, in a position to be hurt again. Read more about that, with a fuller look at forgiveness, in this article:
Today’s look at forgiveness is short—and oh-so-sweet!
Hugs to all the parents of estranged adult children. Your forgiveness is a gift to yourself.
~ Sheri McGregorGoogle+