I'm working furiously on this book that's due May 1. I'm going to get there but until then I'm not beyond accepting a little help with ideas for what to blog about. So today when this popped into my inbox from Inspiring Quote I had to use it.
“Life becomes easier when you learn to accept an apology you never got.”
― Robert Brault
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Now there's something I've never even considered. Life is easier when you learn to accept the apology you haven't received.
Not only that, it gives you more time to spend thinking about things that make you happy!
Or time to do the things that matter to you. Holding onto a hurt for years could add up to --oh let's play math, shall we? Ten years of hurt-holding probably equals 1 year of thinking about something you aren't going to change.
Unless you do the changing. Give it up! Let it go!
Not easy I know but I'm thinking if I can take back a year (yes, that was Diana math but it works for me) of my life I'm willing to let go of some things I felt needed an apology.
How about you?
Can you relate?
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** Angie, thank you so much for the reward eating post. I'm loving the list and planning ahead. Today clementines instead of cookies! I'm rockin the rewards!