This is a beautiful post written by my best friend, littlethingsofgrace, about giving yourself grace and learning to forgive yourself when it’s hard to do so – when you find yourself in a situation where you feel like crawling into a corner and sobbing. This is a beautiful reminder of the fact that God is there with you through it all, even if you feel like He isn’t.
Plus, I haven’t blogged in a looooonnnggg time so please bear with me as I speed through the stressful school days and in between still coming up with a non-boring topic to blog about which wouldn’t really be helpful right now since I have not come up with anything at. all. Allow me to get outta ‘the zone’ before I get back to my blogging antics 😉
In the meantime, please enjoy littlethingsofgrace’s post! And follow her – she posts some good stuff! 🙂
Lets just think for a moment on all those times we’ve said something so stupid, or so embarrassing, that it makes you want to simply vanish off the face of the earth.
Awful, aren’t they?
Perhaps it may have even been something nasty.
If you say something mean to a person, that hurts feelings and can destroy friendships. To make up for it, you have to say sorry not only to your victim, but God as well. And yes, some things you say, or do, remain with people for ever….Everyone knows about that don’t they?
All of us as Catholics, and simply all mankind who have a sensible and kind head, know that it is important to say sorry.
But here’s the thing: as well as apologising to God for any inappropriate, nasty, or offensive behaviour, and your victims, you have to be able to forgive yourself, too. Now, please don’t think…
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