… when given to others, is done more for yourself, than for the person being forgiven. To forgive someone for an offense committed against you is to release yourself from the bond that the offense has created. I have an excellent example from my own life to prove the point.
When I was a child in grade school, I wore braces on my legs and went through several surgeries because I was born with clubbed feet. Well, everyone knows how cruel children can be, and I suffered from a great deal of taunting and verbal abuse at the Continue reading