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|Diana, Princess of Wales Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not |
reheat his sins for breakfast. - Dietrich, Marlene What is forgiven is usually well
remembered. - Dudek, Louis Right actions in the future are the best apologies for
|I can't recommend this book highly enough." —Jennifer Louden, author, The Women's Comfort Book and The Comfort Queen's Guide to Life Give sorrow words.|
|George laughed louder at the recollection. “I used to think it harmed my chances|
—maybe it did. But I'm glad to know about all this. I'd forgive her a lot for that.” “
Didn't you forgive her anyway?” “Aye, I always found it pretty easy.” “My father
|Now he saw the faint lines around her eyes, the added maturity in the way she |
stood there, confronting him. “Well? ... He remembered only too well—
remembered the furious quarrel with his father over his involvement with a local
Charles Griswold - 2007 - 242 pages
|A narrative of forgiveness will be projective as well as recollective, both |
remembering and reinterpreting so as to go forward meaningfully. Its discourse is
typically quite elaborate, with a marked tendency to expand. Forgiveness
understood as ...
|Meyer understands that life will never be fair, but that is not a reason to let anger destroy our well-being and health. This is her guide to navigating that thorny territory and finding true peace.|
L. Gregory Jones - 1995 - 313 pages
|Yet, at least for Christians, the call to embody authentic forgiveness provides a |
lifelong context for remembering, not in a spirit of vengeance, but in the Spirit of
the One ... In that sense, these are stories that can help us learn to remember well
|Forgiving The Lord's Prayer, known as the "Our Father" reminds us of reciprocity |
in forgiving, when we pray, "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those ...
Unfortunately, although the servant was shown mercy, he failed to show it as well
|God forgive us all! One yet remains, whose well-remembered name Pleads in my |
grateful heart its tender claim; His was the charm magnetic, the bright look That
sheds its sunshine on the dreariest book; A loving soul to every task he brought ...
|The two don't mix well!" I remembered what had happened to my mother and |
handed the wineskin back to Sarah. "I'm sorry. My father used to own that inn and
I was remembering some things that are probably best forgotten. Sarah nodded ...