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Forgiveness Discovering life purposes seems inevitable, in all cases, to come to grips with our past. We build up negative issues in our past and need to clear the clutter out in order to grow. I call this clearing process "Forgiveness". In the Bible, Jesus said, "forgive not seven times, but seventy-times seven." Why? Because forgiveness is our ability to remove negative thoughts and neutralize them so our energy may be spent on doing what we came here for. We cannot move forward in our future if past issues cloud our thinking. We can think of our life as a room, the more past issues or negative thoughts, the more furniture, dust, cobwebs, clutter, and other pests that clog up our thinking and our ability to manifest. When we forgive, it is as if we took a broom, vacuum cleaner and a dumpster and got rid of the old clutter that blocks us from creating the life (room) we really want. How do we forgive others? Each person may have their own method. We all have people who we don’t like for many different reasons most because they have hurt us in some way. Most of the times when someone upsets you, all you can think of is how to get even and let them fell the pain they have caused you to fell. No matter how much pain they have inflicted you to fell you must still forgive them. No matter what the situation is you must forgive them. Of course it isn’t easy to do, but god tells to forgive all as he does and there are many ways to go about doing so. In most cases when someone hurts you in a way you want them to fell that same pain they caused you. What satisfaction do you get from getting even with someone, it only makes things worse and creates them to strike back then becoming a repeating cycle. God tells us to forgive those who prosecute us by praying for them in positive ways such as just asking for them to have a good day things like that… By asking forgiveness for our own sins, then forgiving others, we gain healing for...

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