Laying in bed trying to get the migraine from hell to go away and “pound, pound, pound” the neighbor’s property screams into my head. The funny thing is, there’s this lull between the series of pounding – just long enough for you to take a relieved breath because it surely must be over! Nope.
This is a relationship, timeless togetherness.
A stranger approached and said “I was there, not the one you were, but I was there.” He shook my husband’s hand and gave him the “common bond” look. Clearly a Vietnam Vet.
I think the reason forgiveness is so hard for incomprehensible events is because God designed us to realize the error of our ways and change. It’s the reason we don’t pardon people who repeatedly hurt us and then apologize, only to do it again. Incomprehensible events cannot be changed or forgotten leaving only elusive forgiveness … Continue reading “Forgiveness”
ationalizing an abusive man’s tendency to harm his victims only isolates the very person you are trying to calm.