Spirituality from Daily Word: “Forgive” (Espiritualidad de la Palabra Diaria: “Perdonar”)

Forgive

I let go and allow true forgiveness to flow through me.

How often do I forgive something only to remember it later and have another emotional reaction? True forgiveness means letting go completely as many times as necessary.

This does not mean that I choose who is forgivable and who is not. When Peter asked Jesus if he should forgive someone as many as seven times, Jesus said to him, “Not seven times, but, I tell you, seventy-seven times.”

Each act or choice can have spiritual consequence when approached with the right consciousness. Holding on to past hurts eats me up inside and keeps me from my good.

Forgiveness heals. It gives me the freedom to move forward with love and joy.

girl picking strawberries horiz istock

Perdonar

Dejo ir y permito que el verdadero perdón fluya por medio de mí.

Tal vez crea haber perdonado, pero ¿qué tan a menudo perdono algo para luego recordar el agravio y tener una reacción emocional? El verdadero perdón significa dejar ir tantas veces como sea necesario.

Esto no quiere decir que elijo quién merece ser perdonado y quién no. Cuando Pedro le preguntó a Jesús si debía perdonar a alguien hasta siete veces, Jesús le dijo: “No te digo que hasta siete veces, sino hasta setenta veces siete”.

Cada acción o decisión puede ayudarme a crecer espiritualmente cuando es abordada con la conciencia correcta. Aferrarme a heridas pasadas me corroe por dentro y bloquea mi bien. El perdón sana, y me da la libertad para avanzar con amor y gozo.

 

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  1. True and I completely agree with these Wisdom and Inspiring words of Forgiveness, Amira and so true we must not remember also and procrastinate on this very forgiveness. Loved the little girl, so cute.

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    1. I agree with you dear friend! Resentment is toxic to us, and forgiveness is the way to heal ourselves and others. ❤

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      1. Yes absolutely true, Amira.😊😊😊😊

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  2. Wonderful in every way.

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    1. Deeply appreciate your comment! 🙂 ❤

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  3. LindaP says:

    It is so true that unforgiveness hurts you more than the person you need to forgive!Adorable picture!

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    1. Yes, I agree Linda, keeping resentment makes us sick. It does not mean we have to approve of hurtful actions, but we need to heal, forgive, let go. We all make mistakes, we are all in the same school, learning each day.
      Much love, Amira

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