"The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to GREEN
Yep, we all suffer - What that means is, by being human, we have been cast into a life that - because of its inherent brokenness - is far from Whether it's aches and pains, an onerous workload, or the prevalence of frustration (etc, etc) we are plagued by inner Such is life, we might there is a way of coping with life that is superior to all other means - and it is to really get, and go for, That is to understand and adopt the gospel imperative - forgive!
Forgiveness makes all things new, but we can only have the grace to forgive - to truly let go - when we have thrown up every resistance within us into the ceiling fan of conflict, to be chopped up and Once and for OF FORGIVENESS - REFRAMING THE OBVIOUS
What is altogether obvious is also something that needs to be lived and relived, again and If we can retrieve some joy, some sense for hope, some semblance of meaning in our suffering, it's through confronting that which ails find the route through our suffering via reconciles us to a grander, purer form of integrity with ourselves and our we reframe the obvious - forgiveness as a way of coming back to God, through the Lordship of the Holy Spirit in our lives - we bring it sharply into We have faith that God will convince us of not only the value of forgiveness, but its inherent appropriateness - it is for justice and righteousness we do it: for OF FORGIVENESS - IN FAITH WE DO THIS THING!
There is no simple and easy way of faith other than just doing We can do We can step each step, by God's wisdom - in becoming aware and resolving to do it by the strength of the that forgiveness is the way to better life outcomes - for us; for everyone connected to us - we have every impetus to do keep it simple; we keep it Nothing ought to dilute our helps us in our suffering more than to forgive - to accept our situations as they are, whether it's hurt, pain, or Sometimes we need to forgive ourselves; sometimes it's others; at other times it's We must simply do By forgiveness, in faith, our suffering is made 2013