By far the single biggest roadblock to forgiveness is our own egos. Ego is defined as that part of us that holds are worth and self-value as a person. When people mess around or challenge our worth of self-importance we immediately go on the defensive. When people hurt us, we always point a finger at them is the one who cause the hurt and that in most cases we allow the hurt to become a part of us. I’ve said it before, and I want to say it again that no one can hurt us without our permission. That doesn’t mean that were not can be hurt immediately after the offense. But there is a decision to be made if are going to allow that to...

Forgiving is a decision - not a feeling. How long does it take to make a decision? I’m not talking about following through on the decision and acting on talking about just in your mind how long does it take to actually make a decision? Your right literally seconds! So what if you were able to make a decision to forgive someone, and then make it impossible to go back on the agreement……. You see it’s very easy to break promises with ourselves. There’s no one to hold our butts accountable. It’s just between me, myself and I. No accountability to anyone else just ourselves, and how many times that we told ourselves forgiving do something for made an agreement to do something and broken...