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Daily Positive Thought: Forgive Yourself.

posted by tereziafarkas



Be compassionate. Forgive yourself.

If you can forgive others, why won’t you forgive yourself? We are all human and prone to make mistakes. Remind yourself that it’s okay not being perfect. It’s okay to sometimes let your emotions get the better of your judgement as long as you take full responsibility for your actions. Mistakes don’t define who you are as a person. Forgiving yourself brings freedom from being controlled by the past. Forgiveness destroys guilt, anger and fear. It brings peace to the present and hope for the future.

Mantra: I am a child of the Universe, learning and growing in wisdom. I feel all the love that surrounds me and I forgive myself.


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