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Karma will take care of what is meant to be


“Forgive the person and their actions, never give in to hate, let it go, set it free, and karma will take care of what is meant to be.”

I too believe in God and in forgiveness and yes he has told us to forgive. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting what the person is capable of Or putting yourself or others in harms way. Forgiveness does not take away the consequences of a bad action. Throw a plate on the ground it smashs even though you say sorry the plate will never be the same. So it is with bad or good choices. We all have free agency to make choices for ourselves. When we make them we have to live with the consequences. Just asking for forgiveness does not mean you are forgiven. Forgiveness is a process and the first step is to recognise that you have done something wrong, then to feel genuine sorry for what you have done (not for being caught) then to turn away from that choice and never do it again Then to do everything that you possible can to make ameans for your mistake. Too many times these days in the paper or on the internet we hear or read about something horrible happening and the story goes on to tell about the bad things that happened to the person who committed the crime or how they can’t be blamed for this or that reason. We as individuals should stand up and owned our own mistakes big or small. We made the choice now we get to live with it. ~ Catherine Ward

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  1. Meiko May 11, 2014

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