Category Archives: Forgiveness

Remove the Roadblocks to Forgiveness

My View of Forgiveness I like to think of forgiveness as a winding road over rough terrain. Along the way, we encounter obstacles that may deter us, force us to turn back, or make us more determined than ever to … Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?

Today, we begin our series on forgiveness with more questions than answers. For the next 40 days, I will be posting on this topic Monday through Friday, with time off over the weekends to recharge my batteries. So, let’s get … Continue reading

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Tell the Truth Faster

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #50 Most people avoid telling the truth for three reasons. They’re afraid that it might make someone: 1) uncomfortable, 2) hurt, or 3) angry. If we don’t tell the truth, we can’t really live in reality, … Continue reading

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Embrace Change

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #31 Grow or die. Change is inevitable. People who are successful know this, and they embrace change. Jack provides two examples of big businesses and their responses to change. In the early 1900s, Americans were no … Continue reading

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Complete the Past to Embrace the Future

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #29 If we hold onto unforgiveness, it’s as if we’re dragging an anchor behind us. It slows us down and prevents us from enjoying today and receiving God’s blessings. If we can release unforgiveness, we will … Continue reading

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Clean Up Your Messes and Incompletes

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #28 Today, Jack addresses the problems that are created by incomplete projects in our lives. All projects include six steps: 1) decide to undertake the project, 2) plan the details, 3) start the work, 4) continue … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Vengeful Thinking

When anger remains unexpressed, it can often evolve into fantasies of revenge. At times, it bubbles over as passive-aggressive behavior. Today, we learn how to let go of our vengeful thoughts so that we can move forward in our journey … Continue reading

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Are You Better Than Your Enemy?

If I look at myself as better than my enemies, I can never see them as God does. He looks at men and women whom he created in His image. In spite of their sins, he still loves them. God … Continue reading

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