The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.

Mahatma Gandhi


Saw this in a series of quotes on G+ posted by my new G+ friend, Elizee T.  She has some amazing quotes.  I think if you’re on Google+ and are looking for positive people to circle, you won’t go wrong adding her.

I’ve discussed forgiveness here before and I think this is a topic that can never gets old.  I like the Gandhi quote, because for some the opposite would seem to be true.  Conflict, fighting, disagreement, battle.  Some would think this would be a sign of strength.

I think Gandhi is spot on here.  I believe as Gandhi does:
The weak can’t forgive,
The weak hold onto anger.
The weak keep grudges.

As Law of Attraction says:
We receive back what we put out.

Isn’t it wiser to give your heart than your fist?  What would you rather have a fist to the face or a blessing?  LoL.  Think I know what Gandhi would like.

To forgive is divine.
If more people understood this basic premise, the world would be a significantly different place.
It takes more heart to forgive.
It takes more power to lay down your arms.

How strong are you?

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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