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Embrace Forgiveness and Gain Freedom

What do you think is the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation? The confusion between the two words can often add to misunderstanding about what it really means to forgive. Read more about forgiveness from a moral perspective and reconciliation as a “negotiation strategy”. Learn “Why Forgiving Does Not Require an Apology” by Robert Enright Ph.D., as posted in

Some people may even run from the thought of forgiving. Here’s another look at “Forgiveness: Why You Should Consider It and How to Forgive”.

Forgiveness in action

It doesn’t matter how rich or poor one is, sometimes there comes a time for the need to ask forgiveness to clear one’s conscious. There are instances where people choose to ask for forgiveness in a public rather than private way. Take for example, “Zuckerberg, in Yom Kippur post, asks forgiveness for Facebook misuse” published in The Times of Israel.

Sometimes forgiveness is borne out of personal tragedy. When bad things happen to us, the act of forgiveness towards the person inflicting the pain or harm, is not always the first thing that we think of doing or necessarily the easiest thing to do. But there is real empowerment in the ability to do just that…F-o-r-g-i-v-e. Here is one such incredible story. “Hate Crime Victim Asma Jama Was Scarred By Her Attacker But Found Her Purpose in Forgiveness”, by Abby Gardner, published in

There is beauty in the art of forgiveness. Here is a feel-good story about the good deeds done to provide incredible acts of “debt forgiveness”. In a time when medical bills are ever-increasing and overwhelming, for those who struggle with the financial aspects of healthcare, this article provides a wonderful story of a random act of kindness: “TV station buys $1 million in medical debt forgiveness for viewers,” by Al Tompkins of The Poynter Institute. And while we’re talking about financial forgiveness, here is more news on loan forgiveness. In recent news there has been talk of confusion surrounding the circumstance by which one can get student loan forgiveness. Read more about the funding that is available for those who qualify for student loan debt relief, “Finally, Some Good News About Student Loan Forgiveness”

What does it really mean to forgive and how do you do it? The following is a conversation on “forgiveness” with host David Byrd and life coach May McCarthy author of the Gratitude Formula. Listen to this Audio clip “Freedom of Forgiveness” from June 19, 2018 as posted on American Café..

There is good news…our capacity to forgive comes with many good benefits to our health and well-being. “Forgive for Good: The Benefits of Forgiveness and How to Cultivate It” By Traci Stein, PhD, MPH, Topic Expert.



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