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In an Idealized World, Forgiveness is Divine

A symmetry is diametrically opposed to asymmetry. A space is all that separates the chaos from order. Why is it that the opposite of aesthetic is a perversion of sorts? Excellence is the one true aesthetic, an ordered chaos that separates us from the Hellenic.

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In an Idealized World, Forgiveness is Divine

God forgive you, but I never can.

- Elizabeth I (1533-1603)

A Symmetry is Not Asymmetrical but Sounds Like it Is - A planksip Möbius

A Symmetry is Not Asymmetrical but Sounds Like it Is - A planksip Möbius

In an Idealized World, Forgiveness is Divine

Inspired by Elizabeth I (1533-1603)'s quote, "God forgive you, but I never can.". The titled responsion is...

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Inspired by Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)'s quote, "There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion.". The titled responsion is...

A symmetry is diametrically opposed to asymmetry. A space is all that separates the chaos from order. Why is it that the opposite of aesthetic is a perversion of sorts? Excellence is the one true aesthetic, an ordered chaos that separates us from the Hellenic.

"In an Idealized World, Forgiveness is Divine." When the words, "forgive," are mentioned, most people have a very vague picture of what forgiveness truly means. If we were to put it in terms that the average person would understand, this is actually a fairly accurate statement.

The reality is, forgiveness requires not only the action of the one who has done wrong but the action of all those involved. In many ways, forgiveness does not even require forgiveness at all. Forgiveness involves not just the act of making amends but also the intention to make amends by word and deed. If you do not commit your actions to the end of forgiveness, you will be doing more harm than good to the one who has offended you.

However, forgiveness does not mean forgetting everything you have done. In the real world, forgiveness is a work in progress that involves the forgiveness of all involved. If one does not forgive those who have offended him, he is bound to repeat the same mistake. What forgiveness means, as well as how to go about it, is entirely up to the individual. It also depends on how the person forgives himself.

To begin with, when someone forgives his or herself, she or he has already achieved forgiveness. If he or she were to go on and find fault with others, all that one would be doing is making matters worse. The process of forgiveness includes not just forgiveness to self but forgiveness to everyone else involved as well.

Once one has forgone and begun to forgive others, it becomes much easier to forgive one's self. When one begins to feel forgiveness toward the entire world, he or she is ready to forgive his or herself. Acknowledgment is the key here. The individual needs to realize that not forgiving himself or herself is not an option but simply a choice.

This realization, which can be made through the use of affirmations or scripts, is important because it helps the individual in understanding what forgiveness really is. If one is able to make a conscious decision to forgive all parties involved in a situation, then he or she is able to truly appreciate all the blessings of forgiveness. instead of only thinking of the bad.

As you go through your daily lives as an individual, you must continue to make forgiveness a part of your life. You cannot afford to think that forgiveness is something you should do once and then forget. The reality is, forgiveness is something that has to be continually practiced if it is to be effective.

There is no such thing as forgiveness in a vacuum. Forgiveness is something that has to be constantly repeated throughout your life.

The way to practice forgiveness in this day and age is by practicing affirmations. These are the messages that you say to yourself when you feel anger, sadness, or frustration.

These will help you to overcome whatever negative emotions are plaguing you. By repeating these messages over to yourself, you begin to recognize that you have been using anger, hurt or resentment as a form of self defense. to shield yourself from the real you.

After a while, you begin to understand that you don't need to let things get this way. You can forgive yourself for what you feel or that you have done. to another person. You don't have to put up with their behavior, and you can change your view of them as well.

You begin to believe that forgiveness will bring peace and balance into your life. When you can forgive others and yourself, you are able to forgive yourself and the world around you. If you can achieve this, you have achieved balance. of which will bring balance to your life.


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