I know what it’s like to not want to forgive someone or something for fear of forgetting what they did or what was done to me. I know what it’s like to want to hold someone “to blame,” but really just not wanting to let them off the hook because what they did hurt me … Read more Straight-Shooting About Forgiveness
I’m tired of people espousing things as a “one size fits all.” There is nothing in your development as a human being that can be whittled down to a clichéd belief, or one solitary mantra as the mantra to end all mantras. It’s just not so.
No one ever thinks of it when they’re twenty. But by the time they’re thirty, if they don’t already have a family, and no prospects for one, they begin to wonder. “Will I marry? Will I have kids? Will it happen for me?”
It’s often only those that most of us consider small, soft, emotional, meek, sensitive or unable to stand up for themselves in some way, that become those whom we nurture and protect. But what about the people we consider to be strong?