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Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.

Hello Followers,

Thank goodness it is Friday!

Did you know that saying sorry can be quite healing?

Well, it can!

Sometimes, the hardest thing about saying I am sorry is finding the right words to do so.

Saying I am sorry is not an excuse to repeat yourself.

Apologies are best when it comes straight from the heart.

Always say sorry when you mean it.

Saying I am sorry to somebody you have hurt is necessary.

Apologies can fix something that is broken.

The right words are important because if we make an apology with an excuse, it will not do us any good.

While apologizing to someone we have hurt, we should be honest.

We should always say sorry when we are at fault.

So, Dan and I welcome you to go to our YouTube site to enjoy and bring uplifting vibes to your day.

These uplifting videos hold a significant place in our lives.

They offer a glimpse into the wisdom of our experiences.

Explore what to do and not to do to deliver an authentic apology and make amends in a variety of situations.

Continuing as in the previous posts; 365 morning meditations for joyful days all year long.

The book is SUNRISE GRATITUDE by Emily Silva.

October 6th


When we hurt another person, we have a choice to release the pain we have caused and offer healing or to hold on to the anger and allow bitterness to take root.

Everyone must apologize at some point in their lives.

Acknowledge the hurt.

Offer an apology and then it is in the other person’s hands whether to accept it or not.

Do your part.

Let’s go and move on.

Saying sorry can be quite healing.

PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.

We stand by this and continue to do daily; walk, meditation, Tai Chi, and Qigong.

Dan and I have started back bouncing and walking to Walk at Home YouTube.

It is always important to change your routine around you but continue keeping a healthy lifestyle.

In times of conflict, it is important to remember to stay calm.

It is natural to feel frustrated, upset, or angry when faced with a challenging situation, but keeping a level head can help you approach the problem with a clear mind and find a solution that works for everyone involved.

Remember to take deep breaths, take breaks when you need to, and focus on finding common ground rather than dwelling on differences.

With patience and a willingness to listen, you can navigate even the toughest of conflicts with grace and ease.

Stay calm and keep moving forward!

For us, that may be walking through a park, walking in a mall, or going to the gym and just staying home, bouncing, and walking to Walk at Home with YouTube.

This also includes daily meditation and twice a week Tai Chi.

If you would like to follow with us; hash tag words #walk, #meditation #Qigong on the right of the main blog page.

Until Saturday, let us forgive each other, only then will we live in peace.


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