Today’s Forgiving Journal: An Invitation to Love and Forgive <3

Hi everyone,

I woke up this morning with a clear intention to love.  What better way to open my heart than to forgive on my blog.  Here we go:

I forgive myself for judging myself for trying so hard to be perfect.  I forgive myself for judging myself for forgetting that I AM LOVE.  I put all this into the Light – into Rumi’s field 🙂 – and let it go.  And right now, I am grateful for just showing up again, to forgive.

There is something about writing this blog that truly touches me.  It helps me to forgive, to let go, and to care deeply about the people around me.  Thank you so much for being here, and for joining me on this path of forgiveness – however you do that.

The other thing that I woke up with this morning is a Rumi quote,

Sharing Sommers Story Rumi Aug 4 2016

I invite and encourage each of us to ask ourselves the question, “How can we meet in Rumi’s field today, right now, in this moment?”  ❤  For me, it is the forgiveness I just did.

I love you all THIS MUCH!

Love, Debbie

ps – here’s a little more on Self-forgiveness, letting go, and this great Rumi quote!


46 thoughts on “Today’s Forgiving Journal: An Invitation to Love and Forgive <3

  1. Such a beautiful post ❤ I started the day with letting go. Thank you for reminding me to open my heart as I go through the day ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Thank you for doing your blog and inspiring me to keep growing and forgiving. I feel the same way about my blog, it fills my heart and I truly appreciate all the friends Ive met, including you. Happy Easter to you. Many blessings to you 🙏❤💗

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    1. Oh Mary, thank you! I so appreciate you being here. YOU are precious, and your blog has such a loving touch (no wonder you enjoy writing it). Have a fantastic day, and I am wishing you caring and kindness to be with you. ~Debbie 🙂 ❤

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  3. This was a perfect field for me today! I have been self-correcting myself in my thoughts …that I need to be less this and more that …and slowly nudged myself to think that there is no right or wrong, only where I am and what I am growing into …your post gave it a great affirmation!

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    1. This is SO beautiful, thank you for sharing your process on this blog — you have wisdom in your heart. To many more moments of being ok with where you are, with being kind and gentle with yourself, I love it! Have a fantastic rest of your week. ~Debbie

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    1. Oh I’m so glad you did! I love EttaD’s blog, she is full of loving, caring and a whole lot of wisdom. And joyful presence. I’ll have a visit over to your blog as well. Welcome! It is lovely to have you here. Many blessings, Debbie


    1. Aww Kathy, thank you! So glad it was helpful for you. I feel the same way about your blog. Your energy is full of service and greatness! Funny, Martin Luther King, Jr. has this quote about how anyone can be great b/c anyone can serve. You just reminded me of that. Love, Debbie

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  4. Hey good looking!
    What a precious video and post, dear Debbie. Thank you again for sharing yourself so lovingly with us. They say the opposite of love is judgement, and I can feel through your video when you say you love us, I really feel that you would accept us for all our insecurities., totally free of judgement. Thank you so much and may you feel blessed as well and sending love to you too my friend 💕💐

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    1. Oh, Di, thank you for your loving comments. I too experience feeling loved and accepted by you, just through the simplicity of your words. How do you do that? ❤ I am sending you much love and blessings, Di. Have a wonderful rest of your week. Debbie PS – I just went to your blog and commented on your latest post. It is BEAUTIFUL. 🙂 Big smiles and xo

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      1. Hello dear Debbie!
        Again you humble me with your beautiful compliments.
        Thank you so much for them.
        As for your question, I’m not sure I give anything you don’t give already to all of us here.
        My philosophy as a hugely sensitive being is to imagine everyone else is sensitive and so o say the things I love to hear and trust that it will serve others best too.
        And yes, thank you so much for reading my posts dear friend. I’ve received your amazing comments thank you, and replied too.
        Thank you again and may beauty be your path 🙋🏻💜

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  5. What an amazing video and an excellent Rumi Quote, Debbie. It touches my heart when you say you forgive and you love being with us, here on this blog… Maybe, by loving each other unconditionally and without any expectation, we will someday meet each other in the Rumi’s field… 🙂 ❤ ❤

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    1. That’s beautiful, Maniparna! Thank you for sharing – your caring uplifts my entire blog.
      Feel free to contribute to Forgiving Fridays anytime. It would be lovely to highlight your post on my Forgiving Fridays update! 🙂 It could be a quote, forgiveness, a poem, … anything that inspires you into Rumi’s field through love. Blessings, Debbie


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