Today’s forgiving journal is a request for help. #Iforgive I tried writing this journal multiple times, and kept stopping. Truth is, I’m discouraged. I had a neat idea for a project called “ForgivingFridays” . I’d like to encourage people to take action to forgive on that day and post about it on their … More Today’s forgiving journal: A request for help
Today’s forgiving journal is freeing myself from punishment. Oh, this blog is feeling a little hard to write. I’ve had a hard and emotional week. (This could be playing the victim, and it’s what I honestly feel right now and this is a blog where I’m real with what is present.) I got … More Today’s forgiving journal: Freeing myself from punishment
Today’s forgiving journal is … what is your prayer for forgiveness? A fellow blogger, Dutch Goes the Photo, does a photo challenge each week. Last week’s challenge was “fire”, and he invited us with a question “What is your burning desire?” I wasn’t going to do the photo challenge (I mean, today is Monday so … More Today’s forgiving journal: What is your prayer for forgiveness?
Hi again, My mom really inspired me to deepen in my own compassion. I shared a video on forgiveness and compassion for yourself this past summer. Posting it here as another thanks to my mom (she died 12 years ago today), and as a gift to you however it may touch your heart. Love, Debbie … More Plus a Forgiving Video: Compassion!
Today’s forgiving journal is forgiving for my mom. Today is the anniversary of my mom’s death. She died suddenly, and the situation was fairly intense. My mom would have been the first person to forgive …. She would have said, “Debbie, everything is ok. It is all for the best. I love everything and everyone.” … More Today’s forgiving journal: Forgiving for my mom
Today’s forgiving journal is about opening my heart to family. I’m currently staying at a place that’s like community living. It’s really gorgeous, and it’s also bringing up a lot of old judgments around family. Specifically about not feeling worthy to be loved and to be a part of the family. I remember being a … More Today’s forgiving journal: Opening my heart to family
Today’s forgiving journal is how to forgive when I don’t know else what to do. I did a “Forgiving Fours” video the other day on steps to forgiveness. I had to pause on step two, because I was just having a hard time. There has been so much change in my life, and I … More Today’s forgiving journal: How to forgive when I don’t know what else to do
Today’s forgiving journal is about being held by love. I moved out of my apartment today in NY. Each step of the way was blessed. It is the end of a long day, so please forgive me if I don’t write more tonight. I am truly touched by the grace that I … More Today’s forgiving journal: Being held by love
Today’s forgiving journal is about simplifying my life. I had a big day today. Packed up a lot of stuff, did a yard sale, and let a lot of material possessions go. On the one hand, there’s a lot of freedom in this for me. At certain times today, my heart felt so open and … More Today’s forgiving journal: Simplifying my life
Today’s forgiving journal is about stepping it up a notch. With both the recent election and my upcoming move to Los Angeles, I’ve been tuning inwardly and allowing a deep space to see what’s next for me with forgiving. What I came to is a question: How can I step it up a notch? i.e., … More Today’s forgiving journal: Stepping it up a notch