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As long as you don't forgive, who and whatever it is will occupy

rent-free space in your mind."

-- Isabelle Holland

We cannot avoid daily resentment and thoughts of guilt. They are

a part of human nature. What we can do is release their grip on

us. We can forgive others and ourselves daily.

Forgiveness requires nothing in return. There are no conditions.

It gets rid of old baggage and clears up unfinished business. It

leads us to a life of authenticity, lightness and directness.

Forgiveness is the highest form of letting go of resentment and


True forgiveness is more than an apology, understanding and

acceptance. There is an element of recreating and re-imagining.

There is a need to envision ourselves as more loving,

interdependent, courageous and compassionate. Forgiveness

requires honouring the sacred journey of learning about life -

our life and others'.

"Whatever we have done, we can always make amends for it without

ever looking back in guilt or sorrow."

-- Eknath Easwaran

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