Last week, I worked with a group on the topic of vulnerability. We explored the topic from a few different angles, sharing stories and doing our own personal reflections. We also watched Brene Brown’s TED talk in which she identifies the heart of shame as being a question of worthiness.
Not long ago, I was in a brief conversation about the difference between holding hands with fingers interlocked and holding hands without interlocking fingers. While the conversation didn’t last long, the image did.
From time to time my forgiveness discussions run into the brick wall of practicality. Claiming to be a realist or simply practical, a person opts to carry the grudge as a matter of political prudence or self-protection. Or there’s an appeal to the Myers-Briggs Indicator, “I’m a thinker, not a feeler.” Yet…
forgiveness is one of the most practical things I know.
Season of Forgiveness encourages and equips people to live happier, healthier, more productive lives through understanding and acceptance.