So many intense feelings go into forgiving someone when they have done you wrong. Forgiving someone is sometimes thought of as just simply letting something go, and it is so much more then that. It is deciding to be the more mature person in a situation and moving on from something that isn't easily forgot about. Doing that is a lot deeper then to just
We learn that it’s hard to fix them, and sometimes we want to give up. But throughout this story, Rash teaches that it’s okay to have problems. He teaches us that we can overcome them and move past them, either by ourselves, with others, or just blow them off and put them on other people. He shows how they are each handled through the characters; Linda, Matt, and Jamie. While Linda puts the blame on others, Matt and Jamie take the hardships and work to fix them.
Running away from that won’t help, but hurt existence and will bring sad memories. We must accept and forgive bad things, brave ourselves and try to overcome non-desired consequences. We should learn to treat positive sides we had received during our growing process. Being an adult requires a mental escape from parents. We should take responsibilities for our actions, stop blaming parents for what they did or did not.
It’s vital to understand that in all that we do, there’s a dependably a chance that we’ll come up short. Confronting that chance, and grasping it, it likewise gives us a fuller, all the more compensating life. However, they are ways to overcome fear as learned from the book. Many people experience fear of failure because they fear the unknown. Remove that fear by considering all of the potential outcomes of your decision.
Hope can consist of staying positive even through the most calamitous of times, remembering some of your precious memories, and even waiting patiently for good outcomes. Having hope can help you overcome obstacles that you may have thought were unfeasible to surpass. There may be times where hope seems out of your grasps. Yo may even start feeling like there is no point in having hope, but a positive attitude can help a tremendous amount when handling conflict. Having something taken from your grasps makes you want to fight for it, but waiting patiently and having hope can also get the lost item back.
Morrie has also taught numerous lessons about detachment. Detachment to Morrie is being able to recgonize a feeling, and being able to remove that feeling from yourself. When it comes to death, I greif for such a long time, which is something Morrie would say to learn to detach from. “Don’t let go too soon, but don’t hang on too long..” (Albom 162). Morrie has explained that overwhelming yourself with certian feelings is unhealthy for your emotional health and it prevents you from being as happy as you can be.
I had been practicing my speech for weeks and now the big day was finally here. I woke up with butterflies in my stomach and could barely choke down any breakfast. The 4-H Demonstrations Contest was always a huge part of my summer. First I would begin brainstorming ideas until I found one I liked, and then my mom and I would work and edit my speech until it was perfect. That year my topic was Buying Clothes the S.M.A.R.T.
Further, I find purpose in the fact that God created me to achieve a purpose, and my actions can affect others by bringing them joy through small acts of kindness and sharing God’s love. All of these instances depict how my religion has greatly attributed to my
Second, you can learn to accept that things just happened and forgive through Karma in order to make a positive relationship. A situation is liked, one of your friends lied you. Normally you will feel really angry and hate that person. But in Karma, a person did that must have his/her own reason. You should investigate the reason and trust him/her and look forward and move on.
The story, “The Bridge” by Edwin H. Friedman is a provoking, emotional message that explores when a person should hold on and when it is time to let go. Sometimes, we think it is our responsibility to take control when someone is in need, making all of their struggles their own. So, on top of your own problems and struggles, you have someone else’s too. Much like the story, we “instinctively hold tight” when someone is in need. Leading us to be left with no choice but to hold onto a person because “if you let go, they will be lost.” I related to this story because I believe it is my responsibility as a good friend, sister and daughter to help someone in need.
Other times, we know what we did is wrong, and we wish somebody would find out so we can somehow try to make things right. In both cases, we would love to tell somebody. When we brag, we want somebody to pat us on the back. When we confess, we want forgiveness; we want to be free of the burden of our secrets. And sometimes, we may not even know whether we are bragging or confessing until after we tell.