Forgiveness fosters humility, which invites gratitude.
And gratitude blesses us; it makes manifest greater happiness.
The more grateful we feel for all aspects of our lives, the greater will be our rewards.
We don’t recognize the goodness of our lives until we practice gratitude. And gratitude comes easiest when we’re in a forgiving state of mind.
Forgiveness can be an ongoing process.
Attention to it daily will ease our relationships with others and encourage greater self-love.
First on our list for forgiveness should be ourselves.
Daily, we heap recriminations upon ourselves. And our lack of self-love hinders our ability to love others, which in turn affects our treatment of them.
We’ve come full circle—and forgiveness is in order. It can free us.
It will change our perceptions of life’s events, and it promises greater happiness.
The forgiving heart is magical.
My whole life will undergo a dynamic change when I develop a forgiving heart.