Where is the Grace?

First of all I don’t understand the logic of someone in CA tearing up local neighborhood in protest over something that happened in FL.

I understand protesting but not tearing stuff up, not hurting other people.  Especially over something that happened on the other side of the country.

What if we protested by volunteering and helping someone not like ourselves?

Why are we tearing our neighborhoods apart?

I have told my children for years that we make where we live safe.  We look for opportunities to reach out, to help, to create, to make better.

Spend some time and get to those around us.

When we make a mistake, even a big one, super huge  and colossal, the best way to get back on track is to do what can to correct the situation, ask for forgiveness and move on.

If someone has done something to us, even a big one, super huge and colossal, the best way to get back on track is to come to a place where you can forgive. and move on.

I’m not saying its easy, I am saying its the best otherwise the mistakes pile up and become overwhelming. And we stay stuck.

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  • letstalkaboutfamily  On July 16, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    I totally agree with this post and the last. Too many people let anger and frustration control their actions. We need to come back to the religious teachings that should guide us. Forgiveness doesn’t mean we agree with what the other is doing. We forgive. We move on. We try to make something good out of something bad. It isn’t easy. It is necessary. Thanks for gracefully saying what needs to be said.

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