Feb. 21 – Daily Reflection

February 21, 2013

It’s never too late–in fiction or in life–to revise
– Nancy Thayer, author

Parting with unforgiving ways

Consider the things in your life that you feel are irreversible or too embarrassing to touch upon. The path of least resistance is often the wrong choice, especially when admitting to someone else that you were wrong. Is there anyone in your life that you need to apologize to? Clearing up disagreements–no matter how far removed–frees both parties to move forward in a more healthy way. Not to mention it improves relationships of all kinds. Pride isn’t something that is easy to part with, but being unforgiving can eat away at a friendship or marriage. Good relationships have boundless benefits, so work to make them the best they can be!

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Published: February 21, 2013, 13:41 | 1 Comment on

Feb. 21 – Daily Reflection

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One response to “
Feb. 21 – Daily Reflection

  1. Great information Randy.
    There is healthy pride and then there is
    unhealthy pride. Be sure you are on the
    side of “healthy pride”….evaluate it.

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