Category Archives: Forgiveness

Five Minute Friday: REGRET no more

Today, I’m writing with the Five Minute Friday community writing group, and this week’s word is Regret.  If you’d like to join in, the linkup is here. As humans, we all probably have borne our share of regret.  Regret that we … Continue reading

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Learning Grace through Parenthood

A few weeks ago, I took my 17-month-old daughter to a bookstore to do some Christmas shopping. There, we were greeted with free Styrofoam cups full of spiced apple cider. I took a cup, and clearly my girl wanted a … Continue reading

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Day 13/31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes 2017: INVITE

Today is Friday!  Join us for our weekly Five Minute Friday link-up, where a group of writers and bloggers write for five minutes flat on a one word prompt, then link up our writing, read each other’s work, and leave … Continue reading

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Day 8/31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes 2017: TRUTH

Day 8 What is truth?  It is irrefutable.  Some truths are self evident, that all men are created equal is probably the one that comes to mind most readily.  As humans, we all believe that what we believe is the … Continue reading

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Memory Weights

We can’t change our past, and rarely does looking back propel us forward. Continue reading

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Forgiveness is a wonderful, beautiful, and overwhelming thing.  It feels like a giant weight on your shoulders has been lifted.  Why, when it comes to others, are we so slow to forgive, and so quick to anger and resentment, knowing … Continue reading

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