Forgive and forget is an oft-repeated piece of advice with biblical origins. Although it might seem trite, there is a reason this little phrase still gets uttered frequently. There is true wisdom in forgiving and forgetting. When someone really hurts you, you may question whether you want to forgive someone; it may, in fact, seem utterly unnatural. However, there are many reasons why it is better to forgive and forget, even if part of you does not want to.
Many of us dream of having a partner by our side for the rest of our lives. That is a perfectly wonderful dream and it is certainly a great idea to hold onto. However, in the hunt for the perfect partner, you also need to remember that you have a responsibility for yourself, too.
To curb the spread of the virus, authorities have imposed strict lockdowns which forced everyone to stay in their respective houses. Although it can be a test of our patience, staying at home can be a wonderful opportunity to embrace. This story discusses four benefits of remaining at home while the world is fighting its way out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Your past does not define your future. Your future does not have to be a mirror image of your past. We can shape our future but doing so means keeping our venomous past away. The story takes you through four ways to ensure that your future is not ruined by your past.
It goes beyond the taste. This is the author’s perspective on why he does and will never drink alcohol.