Something about forgiveness…

Judge behaviors, not core worth. Remember that who you are at the core is bigger than your isolated decisions, bad choices, or wrong turns. A bad decision made one day or during a particular period is not the essence of who you are. A wrong turn doesn’t mean we can’t correct course and get back on track, nor does it mean that the core value is lost. Wrong turns don’t define us or invalidate our core worth; they only point out areas to improve. We can accept mistakes as a part of our history and then move on in life. In forgiving ourselves, we recognize that we have the potential to change and to reclaim the goodness within us. Continue doing good, reflect upon the good things you’ve done in the past. Keep doing these things.

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