Religious Principles of Forgiveness by #lesliefischman
Religion is for the well, for everyone else there is forgiveness. You cannot achieve in life when you are not feeling well, always think what could I be doing better to better myself everyday. Those are the principles I live by. That’s not Judaism that’s just my Father telling me to better myself everyday. And so I listened. I may not have finished Law School, but that doesn’t mean I cannot finish a Masters Program. Sometimes life requires you to keep going, keep trying, or change, and sometimes you have to know when to stop, by experience we figure out these best principles for decision making, usually by the goods we receive in life, we remember, and by good deeds we achieve in life, for the better. When you are not sure of yourself, what you want in life, its easy to get led astray by what feels good to you. What feels good to you may not necessarily be the solution to your problems, sometimes you have to listen, not just to the past but to the present, as you are now, be in acceptance. Sometimes it requires forgiveness of self, and sometimes life requires forgiveness of others in order to move forward. Letting go is a process, it doesn’t mean rehashing the past to move forward, sometimes quiet acknowledgment of what has gone wrong, and what can be made better, is what situates us best to the present times.