Life After Forgiveness: Trust

"Why won't you forgive her?"  This question has followed me around since we had our falling out and forgiveness hasn't had the appearance of certain criteria for some of my former friend's entourage. I have often raked this question over with my own questions.  Have I forgiven her? I still have that icky feeling when … Continue reading Life After Forgiveness: Trust

Life After Forgiveness: Trust

"Why won't you forgive her?"  This question has followed me around since we had our falling out and forgiveness hasn't had the appearance of certain criteria for some of my former friend's entourage. I have often raked this question over with my own questions.  Have I forgiven her? I still have that icky feeling when … Continue reading Life After Forgiveness: Trust

Life After Forgiveness: Trust

"Why won't you forgive her?"  This question has followed me around since we had our falling out and forgiveness hasn't had the appearance of certain criteria for some of my former friend's entourage. I have often raked this question over with my own questions.  Have I forgiven her? I still have that icky feeling when … Continue reading Life After Forgiveness: Trust

Life After Forgiveness pt. 2

I remember my grandpa, a retired anesthesiologist, once telling me that pain is an important part of the body healing itself.  That after a surgery, pain management is vital.  Keeping a patient comfortable so they can move around is important for their recovery post op.  However, there comes a point when the pain meds actually … Continue reading Life After Forgiveness pt. 2

Life After Forgiveness pt. 1

I saw her face, a glow of introspection and a radiance in her eyes, beautiful.  The photo evoked an emotion that surprised me. She is a woman I used to know very well.  We used to laugh together, and spent many late night hours in deep conversations and in prayer.  We used to share dreams … Continue reading Life After Forgiveness pt. 1