Tale Weaver – #285 – Forgiveness – July 23rd

Michael is the host of Tale Weaver

I am sharing this post from January 2019.

Have you been in this sort of situation? Misunderstanding the requirement or the request and doing something totally opposite! I often have been in this type of fix. The reason is that I am too impulsive. I think I have got all the details, but I sometimes miss an important part of the message or the memo!

This impulsiveness has landed me many times in the situation where I am the one apologizing for the mixup . But I often find it amusing in the retrospect. But do the people on the other side do so too?

Do I find it easy to forgive when there is a mixup or misunderstanding? I do try not to create a scene and curb my annoyance because I know that I can make same blunders when the shoe is on the other foot. What about you? How do you react when someone’s ineptness and blunder has cost you loss of valuable time and money?




(This week write your response to the word – ‘forgiveness’.

This can be something you do for another person or something that is done for you or even something you do for yourself)

Waiting for your feedback and comments



12 thoughts on “Tale Weaver – #285 – Forgiveness – July 23rd

  1. I love this prompt. Life is more than our individual acts and to not forgive is to not live. I’ll try to backlink but the new editor gives me so many issues. If I can’t I’ll post a link. Great word for us all to take in our pocket every day.

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  2. Forgiveness is for ourselves. It allows us to move on. I think some people believe that forgiveness means the injury was justified or okay, and it doesn’t mean that at all. The other person doesnt even have to know about the forgiveness. We just stop letting it hurt us.

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