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Season for Nonviolence: Day 30

Day 30: February 28 The thought for today is MAKING AMENDS. Making amends is part of the twelve step program used by Alcoholics Anonymous and various other groups. It takes honesty and courage to take this step. I have to … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 29

Day 29: February 27 The thought for today is FORGIVENESS. Seventy times seven. That’s how many times the way-shower Jesus said we are to forgive those who hurt us. It’s not a literal 490 times, of course. Jesus was saying that Love … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 20

Day 20: February 18 The thought for today is SELF-FORGIVENESS. We’re hard on ourselves. The truth is, we probably find it easier to forgive others for their transgressions than we do ourselves. When people hurt us, we’ll offer them grace … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 16

Day 16: February 14 The thought for today is GRATITUDE. I sometimes do spiritual counseling with individuals who feel down on life, frustrated, angry, depressed, and alone. They feel as though everything is working against them. Nothing could be further … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 8

Day 8: February 6 The thought for today is HEALING. Last year at this time, I read Joel Goldsmith’s “The Art of Spiritual Healing.”  The book was life-changing for me. Though the concepts presented there were principles that I already knew … Continue reading

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