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Forgiveness – what to do when we have been hurt

How to Forgive when the Knife Thrower has Sneezed – Barry Pearman has written a 3-part series on Forgiveness. In part 2 he describes a three part cycle for dealing with hurts. The first step is to embrace the pain … Continue reading

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My Story 8 – WHY? part II.

In my last post in this series I explained three reasons why God came when he did: thankfulness, obedience and welcoming. [ https://delemares.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/my-story-7-why-why-did-god-come-when-he-did/ ] God has shown me three more reasons (there could be many more). 1) Just because: that’s just … Continue reading

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Wholeness (Healing) leads to Balance leads to Peace – Soul Fast update 2

Week 2 continues to emphasise the importance of spending time with God: connecting with God increases our ‘capacity to grow… to love… to change, to modify our behaviour…’ ‘The 40 Day Soul Fast is for the purpose of creating in … Continue reading

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Originally posted on rosbayeswriting:
I spent today at a retreat centre in silence and stillness. Unusually for me, I found it really difficult to stop my mind flitting around all over the place and bring it back to the present.…

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alleviating anger reblog 400 days till 40

Originally posted on Fortuitous Forty!!!:
Anger is a killing thing: it kills the man who angers, for each rage leaves him less than he had been before – it takes something from him. ~ Louis L’Amour Anger is an acid…

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Forgiveness and Thankfulness – 2 Keys to Mental Health

  As a staff nurse I saw so many people – in and out of hospital – who are not content: they dwell on past hurts or their own failings, and often blame others for the lack of richness in their lives. I spent … Continue reading

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