We need to accept our own imperfections and try to forgive others for the wrong done by them in order to ensure our psychological and spiritual well-being.
We cannot see our own faults. So when others point them out, we should pay attention and be grateful. And we should not be
too eager to see the weaknesses in others.
The Bible says: “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?”
At times, people criticize us out of
An emotional, uplifting and compelling one-hour documentary series which allows individuals the opportunity to forgive someone who has hurt them or a loved one. Whether the affliction is physical or emotional – the murder of a family member, an estranged parent, or sibling, infidelity, or bullying – the series brings two parties together to try and facilitate healing, overcome hatred, anger and revenge from real-life traumatizing events. Guided with mediation and healing support from educator a
A change of heart changes all things
Have you ever said to yourself, or out loud, how angry, hurt, or betrayed you have felt (or feel) about the way you were treated in past relationships, or perhaps in the one you are currently in? Do talk to your friends about all the things that are not right in your relationship with your husband, or what was wrong with your ex? Are you now, or have you ever found yourself holding him, or others responsible for your situation, or the way it made you feel