Ever been hurt by someone that you really love? Hurt so bad that you sometimes even question your relationship with them? Yes, it is hard to completely let go of something painful and forgive the person who has wronged us, especially when that someone is a person we love and trust. We feel vindicated in the soul-sucking resentment we carry in our hearts towards them. We know deep down that we must forgive and forget, but we dont know how.

How do you forgive someone when every fibre of your being resists? How do you look at them lovingly when you still have the memory of their unloving action? How do you let go of the way you wish things had worked out if only they had made a different choice?

Unforgiveness is like drinking poison and praying for someone else to die. The poison will eventually enter the blood stream and eat you alive from the inside out. Forgiveness, on the other hand, is like opening the door to set a captive free and realizing that you were the prisoner. This book explores the various dimensions of forgiveness and how it can benefit you. Remember, the weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.

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