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Forgive and Forget by Lewis B. Smedes

Forgive and Forget, Healing the hurts we Don’t Deserve.

I am posting about this book because it is a awesome book.

1. It talks about The four stages of forgiving.

2. Forgiving people that are hard to forgive.

3. How people forgive

4. Why forgive

For me this book so such a easy book to read and to help you find your way to forgiveness. It’s letting go and truly forgiving, and putting in your past. This is so healthy for people with illness and perfectly healthy. Its a key to living healthy and happy and peace with those in your life.

It definitely is worth the read. And can be found on Amazon.

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Seeing the world through loving eyes!!!

For me reading this inspiration couldn’t have come at  a better time.  Sometimes its easier to be hurt then to try to make amends unless the situation is toxic .  This inspiration is awesome.

Seeing the World Through Loving Eyes

Topics: , , , If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I’d want to pass along to others…

The peace that you wish to experience in your life begins with you. Make a conscious effort to see through the eyes of others. Instead of judging them, try to fully understand what they are going through and why they do certain things. While it may seem that the main purpose of seeing through the eyes of others is to please everyone else, it really is to obtain peace within yourself.

Remember to tell your loved ones how much they mean to you, and how your life is better because of them. They may not know how you feel, and you will have made their day.

Forgive those who may have hurt you. Even if you don’t want to do it for them, then do it for yourself. As the saying goes, “It’s not the snake bite that kills you. It’s the venom that’s left behind!”

Ask forgiveness from those you may have offended. Tell them why you did what you did and that you never meant to harm them. Take responsibility for your actions.

Remember to treat yourself with the respect that you deserve too – because you are just as important as everyone else. Stand up for yourself, and don’t depend on someone else to do it for you. As soon as you get up in the morning, ask how you can create the perfect day for yourself. Then follow up with whatever needs to be done to make that happen.

Life is full of distractions that may shift your attention to what you don’t want instead of what you do want. It is during the most difficult times that you must try to stay focused on your peaceful intentions. You may have to force yourself to see and feel beyond what is going on outside of yourself in order to feel the serenity within.

By trying to see everything through loving eyes, your whole life will change for the better. You are the only one who can break away from bad thoughts and see the bright side of every situation. Remember, the key is to focus more about what you do want, which is love and peace, instead of what you don’t want, which is unhappiness and fear.

It will not always be easy, and at times you may feel that you won’t be able to continue to be kind and serene. However, if your intention is pure, you should eventually figure out how to obtain peace in every situation.

You really can make a difference in your life and in the lives of others simply by viewing everything from this higher perspective. When you remember to love yourself and others unconditionally, you will be vibrating at a much higher level. It is at this point that you will be able to create peace in your life and in the world around you. This will also begin the ripple effect that could actually make the whole world a better place! And how wonderful is that?
Many blessings to you!

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A Day in Silence!

A day in silence
As I awoke one day this week, silence is all I had, it was a strange feeling, the reality of going deaf was closer than I had imagined, I was scared of this day, not knowing when it would arrive, here it is, it’s was like being in another world, alone, life going on but your not a part of it, I was scared at first, tears came down my face, but along with tears came serenity, a peace I can’t explain, no negativity, no sounds at all the most peace I have had in 15 years. I didn’t want to tell anyone, didn’t want to alert anyone or become a burden. My stubbornness won again. Life continued whether I could hear or not. There was a certain peace that came over me, I was going to be ok. Now I know how it felt, more peaceful than scary, but the self-guilt, being a burden on someone always wins in my head so not a word to anyone, I can handle this and anything that comes my way, but another realization came to me, who would I tell? My immediate family meaning in my home and who else, who else is really there for you and be there for me this time, I mean not just say they are but truly are. Names came to mind and certain names were a no way. Very sad. Needless to say my hearing came back in the ear, the pain has not resided but it reminded me how every day I am lucky to hear and every person that I love and adore I know would be there. But I also know who wouldn’t be that’s where I believe where this lesson came from. Spending energy on the people who love me sick, well, hearing or not hearing, I would get cochlear implants.  but that is a process in itself. I just hoped to postpone. My point of this is, I have special friends in my life that have been here more than people I thought would be. That’s ok! I am Kelly strong and stubborn, I don’t need people that don’t care, or give a rats ass, I give a rats ass about everyone. I will continue this work to help others and spend my energy on those closest to my heart. Hard lesson. But I at least know who really is there for me because the care not out of obligation. Lesson 2. No more negativity. I need all the strength to fight even if it means saying goodbye to certain people in my life. Thank you to my dear friends that I know in my heart no matter what, I can’t apologize for my illness anymore and I refuse to do so. Please think about what I have said if you have a sick friend or family member. It’s not what you say, it’s what you do. Have a wonderful day!!!

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