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"Recognize that you do not know the whole story. One of the things that can help you to forgive is to acknowledge your ignorance".
Mary M. Morrissey


Has anyone ever failed you compromise? Have you ever suffered what you believe is an injustice, harm or injury? What emotions will awaken these situations? Angry, anger, fear, resentment, hatred, mistrust? Did you think you could forgive?

Forgiveness does not mean allowing the same thing happen again, or approve it, or fail to claim or initiate action to repair the damage. Forgiveness is not forgetting.

Forgiveness means free of resentment, anger, anger ... Forgiveness is a statement of personal liberation, which allows us to leave the prison of negative emotion and move towards an area of ​​peace, acceptance and comfort. And no doubt, from this new emotional state, opens up new alternatives and we have other available actions.

From this new view of the meaning of forgiveness I ask What people are angry / or? What situations give you anger? Do you keep a grudge or resentment like a treasure not want to lose? What new possibilities would open you to forgive? A conversation postponed, a different relationship. Or, perhaps, a farewell, a "letting go" someone ...

Do you forgive yourself? We are often our own worst judges, condemning us to eternal punishment, without giving us the opportunity to accept, learn, change and freedom from our past.

It may not be necessary to begin to forgive it. Maybe we can today to start practicing ... practice and start learning.

   Pablo Buol


"Maturity is reached when what I have no need to judge or blame anyone or anything that happens to me".
Anthony de Mello

"Revenge, an equal to his enemy;
forgiving one shown above it". 
F. Bacón



I apologize to the children for taking this book to an older person. I have a serious excuse: this grown is the best friend I have in the world. But I have another excuse: this grown-up is able to understand everything, even books for children. I have yet third excuse: this grown-lives in France, where he is hungry and cold. It has therefore a great need to be comforted. If not enough all these reasons, then I want to dedicate this book to the child that was long ago this old person. All older children have been before. (But few of them remember him). I correct, therefore, my dedication:

as a child


Antoine de Saint-Exupéry



The meaning, the meaning is not in things. It is in us ...

Forgiveness is the key to inner peace, because it is the mental technique by which our feelings are transformed, from fear to love.

The ego is the great critic. He is always on the lookout for our shortcomings and those of others.

It's easy to forgive the people who have never done anything that infuriated us. Yet the people who are our teachers angry most important show us the limits of our capacity to forgive.

Forgiveness is choosing to see people as they are "now." When we are angry with someone, is it something I said or did that person before that time. But people are not what he did or said. The relationships are reborn when we stop giving importance to the perception of the past ...

Our neurosis is usually derived relations that we have a prescribed program for the other person, or the relationship itself.


Marianne Williamson



In an ancient monastery were kept in a glass case, three very valuable manuscripts. The monks lived in rural work and alms of the faithful left them curious who came to know the three rolls, unique in the world. They were old papyrus, with fame.
At one time a thief stole two rolls. The monks advised the abbot quickly. The upper part sought and was left with all his strength and ran after the assailant struck him:
- What have you done? You've left me with a single roll. Not for me. Nobody is going to come and read a message that is incomplete. Nor does value what I stole. Or give me what is the temple or you get also this text. So you have the complete work.
- Father, I am desperate, urgent need to make money with these sacred writings. - Answered the thief.
- Well, take the third roll. If you are not going to lose in the world something very valuable. Sell ​​it well. We are at peace. May God enlighten you.
The monks came to understand the attitude of the abbot. They felt that had been loose with the thief, and was the monastery which he had lost. But silent, and they all end the inning.
The story goes that a week, the thief returned. He asked to speak with the Father Superior:
- Here are the three rolls, not mine. Reciprocate. Instead I ask you to allow me to enter as a monk. My life has changed.
Never man had felt the greatness of forgiveness, the presence of great generosity.
The abbot recovered the three manuscripts for the benefit of the monastery, now much more popular with the legend of the theft and recovery. And a monk got an honest worker and foolproof. 



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