The Better Approach: Forgiveness & Gratitude

True forgiveness is when you can say…

“Thank you for that experience.”

– Oprah Winfrey

To move forward in life, it’s important to forgive those who hurt you.

Most of the time, it’s hard to forgive those people who created a mess in our lives. I’m not saying that their action was justifiable. I share the same belief that they’re wrong, but here, intelligence is not to take revenge.

Forgiveness is a better approach.

Life is short, and we don’t have time to waste on those who make us feel inferior. These people live in your memories that are dead. The past is over. They’re no more a part of your life, but you’re carrying the burden of their memories.

That’s not fair.

Why hurt yourself because of somebody else?

Forgive everyone in your life, including yourself.

Start a new life.

Move to a new place, make new friends, read good books, listen to great music, watch epic movies, write new journals, do exercise, start meditation, and above all, feel proud of the goodness in you.

Life doesn’t transform in a day. There is no such thinking as magic or miracle. There is a science behind every transformation.

Take the first step and keep on moving. Trust the higher intelligence which gave us birth.

The financial crisis, lousy performance in work, unsatisfactory relationships, poor health, illusive outcomes … whatever be the problem, believe there is a solution but to get that solution. First, you’ve to understand the problem, and in that understanding, the problem will resolve.

Don’t expect an answer from anyone else outside of you. No one can solve the mystery of your life except you.

The solution to every problem exists within you. Become an active observer of the happenings around you, and you’ll understand everything by yourself.

Lastly, you’ll come to know that there are people whom you’ve not forgiven. They’re haunting you. You’ve not forgiven yourself. You hate yourself.

Without forgiveness, there can’t exist love, and without love, there will be no gratitude, and without appreciation, there exists no greatness.

You can’t achieve anything significant without acknowledging and appreciating what you’ve.

Forgive and forget. A better life is approaching you. Welcome, that.

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.”

– John F. Kennedy



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