For many grace has religious connotations, a dusted word used at church and nowhere else.
When wrong has been done to us, strangely we have a tendency to hold on to anger. It can feel like taking back power, but here are some tips to let go.
I reached out to someone I hadn't spoken to in over 3 years to apologise for the hurt that I had caused them in our relationship. Scary, right?
I used to think that in order to forgive someone, they would first have to be sorry.This left me powerless and waiting for people to ask for forgiveness.
It was a sunny Sunday morning, and I was walking to a busy cafe to tell my parents about my childhood abuse.
Yarris, wrongfully convicted of murder for 22 years, refused to wish ill on his abusers. I would have become like them, he said.
After watching Freeman Dyson speak about his time with the Royal Air force during World War II in A Glorious Accident, I got to thinking about the notion of criminality. Ego's, which are often blamed for crimes, start as inherently healthy. Egos become in- or deflated to cope with trauma, and hence are a defence... Continue Reading →