I know, I could be forgiving

Mistakes leads to anger and anger leads to hate.,even if it’s not only to others but also to ourself. I believe anger should be ephemeral or totally not be. One must forgive oneself inorder to refrain from being hated or hating someone.

Forgiveness is not elusive, especially when someone apologies. Imagine what would happen if, Lord Ganesh didn’t forgive his father for beheading him,or,even Jesus didn’t forgive those who crucified him. You probably won’t be reading this now. You don’t want your heart to be sanked in deep thoughts of the person who has hurted you. You tend to avoid the love given to you by the people around you.

How would you become a forgiving person? Pretty simple, address your inner pain and develop a forgiving mind through emphathy.

Then you can finally call yourself “forgivingly fit”.

-DIANA FERNANDES.

Author: dianaajf

A 20 year old with sleepy eyes but a busy life.Always living in my own la la land.

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