What is forgiveness?

There's no one definition of forgiveness. But in general, forgiveness is a decision to let go of resentments and thoughts of revenge. Forgiveness is the act of untying yourself from thoughts and feelings that bind you to the offense committed against you. This can reduce the power these feelings otherwise have over you, so that you can a live freer and happier life in the present. Forgiveness can even lead to feelings of understanding, empathy and compassion for the one who hurt you.

Doesn't forgiving someone mean you're forgetting or condoning what happened?

Absolutely not! Forgiving isn't the same as forgetting what happened to you. The act that hurt or offended you may always remain a part of your life. But forgiveness can lessen its grip on you and help you focus on other, positive parts of your life. Forgiveness also doesn't mean that you deny the other person's responsibility for hurting you, and it doesn't minimize or justify the wrong. You can forgive the person without excusing the act.

What are the benefits of forgiving someone?

Researchers have recently become interested in studying the effects of being unforgiving and being forgiving. Evidence is mounting that holding on to grudges and bitterness results in long-term health problems. Forgiveness, on the other hand, offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Stress reduction
  • Less hostility
  • Better anger management skills
  • Lower heart rate
  • Lower risk of alcohol or substance abuse
  • Fewer depression symptoms
  • Fewer anxiety symptoms
  • Reduction in chronic pain
  • More friendships
  • Healthier relationships
  • Greater religious or spiritual well-being
  • Improved psychological well-being
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Forgiveness is a concept that has been misused by the governing elite and the powers that be in our world.  The concept of forgiveness provides healing and allows each man/woman to move forward rather than backward.  It is a worthy goal to forgive those close to us.  

The problem is that the Elite have used this concept in concert with the Religious leaders to keep the chains that bind us locked.  The Elite have excercised their powers over the people and in the process choose every day the punishment they give us for sins that they  have determined to be sins.  These sins are based on the rules that they created which they then claim have been violated to justify the punishment that they render day in and day out.

They ask that when they error in the use of their force and in the wrongs they have commited that we should forgive each other and forgive the religious leaders, forgive our corporate leaders, and forgive our political leaders.  If we do not forgive we are punished further. 

In order for man to be able to remove the chains of bondage inflicted by the Elite, - man CANNOT FORGIVE those that tower over him.  Man must remember what the homo sapiens and Elite has done and what they are doing and man must use the anger and channel it to bring about change.  This can be done rationally and systematically.  

Forgiveness does exactly what it is meant to do -- it will make you less hostile, less angry and bring greater religious bonding to your chosen religion--- this is not what you want, in order to remove the chains that bind you, YOU MUST NOT FORGIVE. 

This is a difficult challenge -- to do the opposite of what we have been taught, to not ask for healing, but instead to use the anger to bring about change!!  A difficult challenge that needs to be done if we are to achieve our freedom.

Forgiveness will ensure the chains that bind you remain with you.  Once the chains have been removed we will then look to forgive, but not until the chains have been removed.


"I travel alone through an endless journey ...and I will not surrender!"

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