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Making Peace With Others Allows You to Make Peace with Yourself!

Why do we hold grudges? Why do we allow arguments or disagreements determine our happiness? When we take the time to think about what caused the disagreement, we realize that it was over something stupid or we even forgot what the argument was about. I have had situations like this happen and now I am at a point in my life where I can make amends with the situation and move forward with life. If I have been the cause for the disagreement, I am willing to take the mature approach and sincerely apologize for what I have done. I understand that if I can face my faults and admit my mistakes, I am growing to be a better person. Is this an approach that you are willing to take? Are you willing to admit your faults and apologize for past hurts that you have caused? If you answer yes to these questions, then you are ready to make peace with yourself. If you are not at that point, it is okay. It takes time to get to this point in your life. Perhaps it's not your time to get here, you have more to do and more to learn. Once you are finished with that stage in your life, you will be able to think back to this blog and say "oh that's what she was talking about,". You only have one life to live and I hope that you don't want to waste it being angry, bitter or upset. Remember, life is what we make it, we get back what we put into it!

Peace and Blessings!

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