Dear Forgiveness, 

Dear Forgiveness, 

Forgive: stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offense, flaw, or mistake. 
The root of “forgive” is the Latin word “perdonare,” meaning “to give completely, without reservation.” (That “perdonare” is also the source of our English “pardon.”)
This one really hits home so let's dive into it.


Dear forgiveness,

This is one of the hardest conversations that I've had to have. I know that you come with a whole lot of freedom and peace. I don't know why You are so hard to accept. For if you don't mind, I'd like to take the time to practice forgiving. 

I forgive myself for the way that I mentally beat myself up when I am giving it all that I have. I forgive myself for not being nice to myself when I know that I only get one me. I forgive myself for ever comparing my greatness with anyone else's or anything else.

  •  I forgive everyone that has ever hurt me intentionally and unintentionally.
  •  I forgive myself for anyone that I have ever hurt intentionally or unintentionally as I ask for their forgiveness as well.
  •  I forgive myself for ever feeling guilty about anything that someone else did to me.
  •  I forgive myself for any secret or lie that I have held, that has actually hurt me to save someone else.
  •  I forgive myself for ever holding me back because of my feelings or thoughts.
  •  I forgive myself for ever doubting my goodness.
  •  I forgive others for their ignorance and discrimination towards me.
  •  Thank you, Forgiveness, for allowing me to list a heavy weight off of me.
  •  Thank you, Forgiveness, for allowing me to be free from the things that held me down.
  •  And thank you God for helping me to forgive completely without reservation.


     -L.Finesse WAF member, 2020

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