Sunday, 18 January 2009



For want of a better word, where none are more appropriate than ever right now. This forgiveness in ourselves and in others is seen as such a hard thing to do, but in reality its no harder than sending out unconditional love, even to those that we may not agree with or those whom we really don't like.

The Justification for Forgiveness:

Anger is never Justified. Attack has no foundation. It is here escape from fear begins, and will be made complete. Here is the real world given in exchange for dreams of terror. For it is on this forgiveness rests and is but natural. You are not asked to offer pardon where attack is due, and would be justified. For that would mean that you forgive a sin by overlooking what is really there. This is not a pardon. For it would assume that, by responding in a way which is not justified, your pardon will become the answer to attack that has been made. And thus is pardon inappropriate, by being granted where it is not due.

Pardon is always Justified. It has a sure foundation. You do not forgive the unforgivable, nor overlook a real attack that calls for punishment. Salvation does not lie in being asked to make unnatural responses which are inappropriate to what is real.

Forgiveness recognised as merited will Heal. It gives the miracle its strength to overlook illusions. This is how you learn that you must be forgiven too. There can be no appearance that can not be overlooked.

So in real terms to forgive is to heal if you can't forgive and let it go then in reality you are neither healing or allowing yourself to heal. Forgiveness comes from the heart and the need to heal.
So please look at yourself within and have some consideration for others.

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