Tag Archives: forgiveness

The Open Letter Continuum

Today I’m announcing a project on this blog for 2014. I’m calling it the Open Letter Continuum. It’s been said that writing a letter to certain people, even if they cannot or will not read it, provides psychological benefits to the writer. This is especially true when the recipient hurt the writer in some way, …

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Reverb11: Self-Forgiveness

What one thing do you need to forgive yourself for this year? Well, damn. Who would have guessed that I would have answered this prompt in my response to a previous prompt? Yet I have. Of course, if I had any notion that the subject of forgiveness would be revisited during Reverb, especially as it …

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Reverb11: Who Have You Forgiven This Year?

Who have you forgiven this year and what was the journey that brought you to forgive them? I had to think about this a bit, and I am still not sure if my answer is totally in the spirit of the prompt. Despite that, it still feels like the best answer. The process is far from over, …

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