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Forgiveness Allows Us To Let Go Of The Pain In The Memory And If We Let Go Of The Pain In The Memory We Can We Can Have The Memory But It Does Not Control Us. When Memory Controls Us We Are Then The Puppets Of The Past.

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Justin GoldenPenengoTrack 4November 15, 2011ForgivenessMany people are afraid to forgive because they feel they must remember the wrong or they will not learn from it. The opposite is true. Through forgiveness, the wrong is released from its emotional stranglehold on us so that we can learn from it. Through the power and intelligence of the heart, the release of forgiveness brings expanded intelligence to work with the situation more effectively. Most people, are stuck with anger over an action your friend has done to you. Most people, tend to think, "How can I ever forgive someone who has hurt me so much". To me forgiveness is much more than a simple sorry but about healing old wounds. Forgiveness is about empowering yourself and taking charge of your old life again. More importantly, we all must practice a sort of forgiveness at one point of our lives to clear out the hateful, stressful feelings, and thoughts. In doing so we remove all blocks of energy and happiness. When we forgive, we create this happiness opportunities. "There is always a road somewhere nearby but you can only walk that road when you come out of your dungeon" When Mr. Bahl said this he meant that there is always a light where a road goes, and each road leads into a room of opportunity where you could make your own decisions.Forgiveness comes up in many different ways, marriage, friendship, and in many ways. Forgiveness could take many days, weeks, months, and years to forgive someone. From my perspective, I believe in forgives....

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