LIFE LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS Forgiveness #MondayMusings April 18, 2016 FORGIVENESS Connecting with #MondayMusings forgivenessmonday musingsrealtionships 13 Comments Share: Upasna You Might Also Like Wordy Wednesday – Oh dear Motherhood March 9, 2016 Cherished memories- Loving letters from Father July 30, 2016 Holi Tales March 20, 2016 Novemberschild Forgiveness is not easy when you have been betrayed. Instead, it’s a way to grow toward being a happier, more loving person. Payal Agarwal Love this post. Short and crisp. 🙂 upasna Thanks Payal. Happy to have you here. Vasantha Vivek Lovely take on forgiveness !!! Enjoyed your post !!! upasna Thanks Vasantha. Happy to know that you enjoyed. Sanch Living Life I like that one…it’s peace of mind for the person who forgives upasna Its an art I believe which comes with time. Thanks for dropping by Sanch. Its good to have you here. Pixie That’s quite an inspiring quote and absolutely true one as well! upasna Yes, that’s inspiring and reminds us the only 1 motto- to be happy. Thanks for your words. Rajeev Moothedath Good one! upasna Thanks Sir. Frances Stanfield Such an inspirational quote. Just last week I was watching “On The Road With Steve Hartman” during the CBS news. By the way, this is my favorite part of that 30 minute news broadcast. That evening it was about an African American man who was jailed because a white police officer intentionally swayed the evidence in the direction that would cause the man to be arrested. As life has it, the cop was fired from his job and at some point the man was released from jail after serving about 3 years or so for a crime he didn’t commit. They ended up working in the same bar through a program. The man that served the time forgave the cop and they are now best friends. It was so heartwarming but proves that forgiveness still exists and is a great thing on any level. I need to work on some of the myself. Thanks for sharing. Frances upasna Yes, its healing. I am working on it too 🙂 Thanks for your valuable comment Frances.