Forgiveness - The Thing Miracles Are Made Of

By Evan Sanders

There's inherent madness in all real things in this life.

If there's no madness in your life, it's going to lack some depth. Without some depth, you're going to disconnect from what's truly capable for you. When you stop growing and feel disconnected, your life ends up in a rut.

I think you're starting to get the idea.

The best part of life is when you have a support system to help you through rough times, celebrate with you when you are winning in your life, carry you when you are losing and help you to become the best version of yourself that you can possibly be.

If you find some confidants in this world, those who truly believe in you and your dreams, keep them close. Keep them as close to you as you can. These individuals are not mere friends but they are people who will shine a light into your hear in ways that you could never have imagined. They are gifts.

Do your best to build a strong support system around you. This support system will allow you to become something far greater than if you traveled this path alone.

Having amazing people in your life is critical. But there's another crucial aspect to living this life in a pleasing way that comes to the forefront as well.

Learn to love and forgive those who have hurt you.

Many miracles can be found in the world of forgiveness. It's inevitable that people are going to make mistakes in this world, but when you really stop to take a look at how complicated we all are, is it really much of a surprise? Making mistakes is just part of living.

Forgive those who have hurt you no matter what.

Life is incredibly complicated and messy at times. In fact, people are incredibly messy. If you truly know this, you will understand that mistakes are part of the game and that you have to learn how to forgive as well. Take the time to heal your heart and the heart of another by offering them the gift of forgiveness.

Of course situations are complicated and life gets messy as all hell at times. That's just how things go. Forgive.

That's the good stuff.

That's a good life.

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