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I forgive myself for....

Sunday, August 15, 2010

From the inner journey sparkgroup:

The first topic is on forgiving yourself. We are often overly hard on ourselves and need to turn that around.

I forgive myself for-----------
- liking chocolate
- not being perfect
- not exercising enough
- making mistakes
- not being as active in sparkgroups as I could be
- having a messy house
- being chronic fatigued
- not always being nice
- being selfish

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KITTZZZ 9/15/2010 11:13PM

    Ah that is a great blog. When I read it I thought wow, none of those things makes you a bad person. And you really shouldn't feel sorry for doing/feeling any of what you mentioned. But guess what if I made a list it would have been very similar to yours.

BTW I love the cookie background image.

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DEE797 8/16/2010 7:18PM

    After reading your blog, I can honestly say we are very much alike. Cause I feel the same way at times. So continue on this journey of self-discovery and find all those things that make you who you are. emoticon

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EVERLEARNING 8/15/2010 12:53PM

    You and I have a LOT in common! Forgiveness is a huge step in letting go, and craziness prevention.

Be kind to yourself.

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LIFEISSWEET2 8/15/2010 12:11PM

    Ahhh, a good thing to meditate on. We should all be able to forgive ourselves so that we can learn and move forward.

"Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future"-Paul Boese


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MKPRINCESS007 8/15/2010 9:59AM

    Hey there.........some of these sound very human to me! :) It is a wonderful list, and I agree, it is very healthy and positive to release ourselves sometimes. It is very empowering. Keep up the great work with Inner Journey! :)

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