The Key to Peace: Forgiving

Related to our kids, we find a lot of controversy in our minds, because we only want to do as best as possible. People around us judge, give their opinion, try to help. But sometimes, it’s not what you need or even gets to hurt you. Forgiving is one of those things which is taboo, but it protects our sanity.

Eventually, situations and comments are unfair and you can’t see the light or find a reason to keep being kind or polite, or even respectful to someone who’s clearly looking to get into your business. From there the only option is forgiving.

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Forgiving

Forgive although it’s not your fault. When you can’t find the way. Find a way to Forgive, when someone is hurting you, and let go. Be an example and show them the way. You don’t have to be forgiving to satisfy others, you do it for releasing your mind from pain, burden, and useless material in your already busy mind.

Protect whats’s yours, but never stop being fair.

Be sincere, tell people when you’ve had enough. Thank them for their priceless worrying and opinions, and then walk away. Don’t walk in circles, Don’t waste your time, and Don’t hurt yourself. We tie ourselves to painful emotions because they are addictive and, in them, we find an excuse to not do things right. With that, having the cluttered mind we will keep making the wrong choices emotionally.

I know it’s very difficult. I know you don’t want to let go. But your peace of mind, your zen, your genuine smile are way more important than proving to anyone how right you are. Free yourself from that burden and walk away.

Your kids will find the lesson within your struggle and your example, and will enjoy a calm home where they can hide when they got lost.

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Mar Watercolor

My work and soul are focused on visceral effort.
On the hunger of something better.
The freedom of discipline.
The righteousness of honesty and humbleness.
The intense power of bowing down.
The abruptness of finding your way to a safe place.
The peace when you finally find it.

That’s why I work on motivation, inner inspiration and self-empowerment.

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  1. Hi, Mar. Reading what u wrote in this post tells me that World over principles and values of peaceful living are same.right from my childhood my parents have taught such values.?

  2. Hey, thank you for the like on my character sketch! That character is from one of the many stories I wrote called “The Long Sorrow.” I have an upcoming science fiction series called “Sojourn” in the works, and the first volume of that will be released in March of 2017. The first chapter is already available on Amazon.com, and that is published under a pen name, “Fidus Jungsturm,”

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