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Forgiveness 14

We choose our destiny by choosing what we do unto others.
This includes forgiveness.  (©, 2006-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)


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God 29

God does not praise us for being perfect, when we’re treating others harmfully or with criticism and judgment.

God does not chastise us for having faults, when we’re being kind and forgiving.

(©, 2006-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

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Forgiving 13

Forgiveness is letting go of our need to have others suffer. (©, 2006-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

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“For us to release ourselves from prison, we must release everyone else, as well.  For us to release ourselves from our karma, we must release everyone else from the karma we assign to them and expect them to go through, as well.  Mercy and Forgiveness are the keys.  We cannot move on, when our hands are full of the chains we place on others.” (©, 2006-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

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Forgiveness 8

We can only experience forgiveness as it travels through our hearts to others. ©, 2015, Jodie Senkyrik

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Forgiveness 7

Forgiveness is like the wind, we can only experience it if we allow it to flow through us to others, instead of stopping it at our self. ©, 2015, Jodie Senkyrik

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Like anyone who struggles through life, we wonder if God is out there helping.  We want signs.  But, will getting signs really do that much for us.  In looking for signs, we have to ask, “What God do we seek?”  Do we seek the God of walking on water or the God of forgiveness?  The God of turning water into wine, or the God of Mercy?  The God of Love, or the God of making fishes and loaves?  Do we seek the God of physical phenomenon, or the God of inner Light and Love.  Oh, sure, they’re the same God.  But when we’ve been shown forgiveness, mercy, love and more, how will seeking for external signs give us what we really want to know deep inside ourselves, when it’s love, forgiveness, mercy, patience, etc that we recognize within our deepest parts of ourselves as being what God is really all about.

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