According to ESPN, Tiger Woods has won the 2013 Players Championship. For Woods, it was his 4th victory of the year, and win number 78 on the PGA tour.
For many golf fans, today's win is a sign that Tiger Woods is once again the best golfer in the world. Woods, according to Wikipedia, was the number 1 golfer in the world from August 1999 to September 2004, and again from June 2005 to October 2010.
Woods later would leave golf to deal with marital issues.
Woods, along with LeBron James
Forgiveness is the renunciation or cessation of resentment, indignation or anger as a result of a perceived offence, disagreement, or mistake, or ceasing to demand punishment or restitution. The Oxford English Dictionary defines forgiveness as 'to grant free pardon and to give up all claim on account of an offence or debt'. The concept and benefits of forgiveness have been explored in religious thought, the social sciences and medicine. Forgiveness may be considered simply in terms of the
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The other day I clicked below my blog on a Wordpress-generated link to an article on spirituality and psychology. It turned out to also be about charismatic Christian practices like fainting in the Spirit, peer pressure, faking it, and “groupthink” (none of which I am going to go into here), but parts of the blog were nevertheless instructive on personal spirituality as well.
Forgiveness is a hefty topic and there is a great deal written about it and a plethora of different opinions. Whatever a person has a mind to do, they will probably find enough documentation, pro and con, to do it. If someone wants to hang on to unforgiveness, they will find a way to support their intention. And vice-versa. If one has a heart to forgive, they will find a way to do it, even when it seems impossible.
I’m often amazed when I hear other Christians talk about forgiveness as i
I am working on forgiving my ex-husband because I read somewhere that my life won’t be prosperous...
I am working on forgiving my ex-husband because I read somewhere that my life won’t be prosperous until I let go of my resentments. I carry them forth like some necessary burden, like a song I hate but can’t get out of my mind.
It’s kind of like the ice cream truck that trolls through my neighborhood every afternoon. As the tinny sound of a carnival song being played on an out-of-tune-toy-