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The Daily Cuppa

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To forgive is to let go — to remove the weight from your ankles that’s heavy as death. A journey to the grave that keeps you living in past resentments.

To forgive is to look the other way from that which cuts like a sword, causing your heart to bleed. The harder you grip, the deeper the cut. Until the wound oozes and lacerates and you notice it’s you who’s suffering.

To forgive is knowing you have the power to walk away because there’s no gate, no lock, no…

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Esther George

Esther George

Writer • Dreamer • Storyteller • I write about discovering and living your best life now.

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