Forgiveness is a beautiful thing, isn't it? It's amazing how much freedom it brings. As a leader, it's easy to get caught up in the idea that forgiveness is a sign of weakness, but nothing could be further from the truth. Forgiveness is about letting go of the hurt and anger that comes with holding a grudge. It's about freeing yourself from the emotional burden that can hold you back from being the best version of yourself.

When we forgive, we create a positive and uplifting environment. We inspire others to forgive and create a culture of forgiveness that can have a significant impact on our team or organization. Forgiveness allows us to let go of the past and focus on the future, which is crucial for achieving our goals and leading our team or organization to success.

It's not always easy to forgive, but it's worth it. Forgiveness can change our lives and the lives of those around us. It can help us achieve our goals, be the best version of ourselves, and lead with empathy and...

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Tina Rains | Forgiveness is a Gift to Yourself


"Forgiveness: Not a Feeling but a choice"

Give yourself the gift of forgiveness not only to yourself but to others. Choose to be the victor, not the victim. The victim mentality will hold you back from thriving and authenticity. 

We should forgive just as God forgave us. 

We all have been hurt. Sharing your story and pain can free you and heal your soul. Forgiveness is a gift to yourself, not the predator. 

The anger that comes with past pain can transpire into physical manifestation. Constantly sick with diseases and body aches can be due to your psychological well-being and emotional strongholds. 

Forgiveness is not condoning or excusing the offense. It's more about your inner healing and freedom.  Giving grace and mercy as God extends it to us, we should also give it to others. 

You can forgive others and live in freedom and victory. It's a path to release our souls to live in peace.

Forgiveness takes time to catch up with your emotions when you make...

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Ask anyone you meet if they have ever been hurt by another.  You will hear a resounding YES! Now ask how they handled the hurt and you will hear many different stories about resentment, revenge, internalizing, depression, anger, and sadness but few stories about forgiveness.  Why?  Why would anyone hold onto pain if they don’t have to?  What is it in our nature to harbor ill feelings or hold onto past pain?  Studies show that holding onto emotional pain transpires into physical illness.  Dis-ease has been linked to our mental wellbeing.  If we have the power to heal ourselves, where do we start? What is Forgiveness?

  • Forgiveness is not balance on the scales of justice

I read this somewhere once and it really hit home for me. For those of us who have been wounded deeply by others either emotionally or physically, accepting that the wound and the act of forgiveness are two separate things can bring a sense of freedom. It is more about...

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