Friendship is a quality and a skill. Qualities need to be cultivated and skills take practise to learn – this includes the need to make mistakes. Don’t give up practicing because of mistakes.
If you want a friend, be a friend. Take the initiative. Extend yourself to others without always expecting something in return. But . . . → Read More: Loneliness to Friendship
Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Forgiveness Ritual as the Key to Your Life’s Fulfillment, by Ulrich Dupree.
This really wonderful little book, by Ulrich E. Dupree, is deceptively simple. There is a lot packed into it that is not obvious at first glance. The author presents Ho’oponopono in a heart-felt way, rather than in a very mentally . . . → Read More: Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Forgiveness Ritual
A Course in Miracles
The Course in Miracles is a wonderfully profound set of teaching based on the theme of Forgiveness. Its main aims are to set us free from fear; free from fear of the future, free from fear of other people and above all free from fear of God.
It is mainly . . . → Read More: A Course in Miracles
Dr Frederic Luskin is doing wonderful work in helping to bring the study and application of forgiveness to a wider audience. He is also doing an admirable job of bringing to light the wonderful benefits which forgiveness brings.
This is a very practical book which combines compelling research results with useful exercises which can help . . . → Read More: Forgive for Good by Frederic Luskin
Most of us are brought up to believe that it is right to forgive and it is something we “should” do. But let’s look more closely at this as there may well be times when it is better not to forgive.
If someone is being pushy and demanding our forgiveness, “C’mon get over it!”. Is . . . → Read More: When you Should NOT Forgive
The simplest way to tell whether you have forgiveness issues in you work life is to ask yourself, “Am I giving my honest best in my job?”. If you are not, then chances are you are holding back for some reason and that may well mean that you are limiting yourself because of resentment due . . . → Read More: Forgiveness in Business