Living Well

Posted on: November 10, 2012

it is difficult to forgive

when you know the person who caused you harm

feels righteous or justified in their treatment of you

but then, you realize

they have to bear the consequences
of that messed up thinking.

so really, their best punishment is being them

and considering what that entails

justice is served

and forgiveness follows upon closure

sometimes,

you just have to make your own victory
and walk away

living well
after all
is the best revenge

Source of Inspiration

“I do not want to forgive.”
What is it like to not only
not be able to forgive, but
to declare that one does not
ever want to forgive? How
heavy a burden that must be
to carry for we must eventually
forgive. This anchor impedes our
every step, keeping us locked
in a point of time that turns
our heart into a stone.

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