Forgiveness is my sanctuary

Forgiveness is my sanctuary

Affirmations & Reflections

Affirmations & Reflections

makes my world a safer place. Letting go of resentments protects my physical
and mental health.


others helps me to overcome self-pity.
I learn to view myself as a survivor. I handle
disappointments and carry on with my responsibilities.


conflicts brings me peace. When my mind is at ease, I have more energy to
devote to the activities that are meaningful to me.


forgiveness strengthens my relationships.
My friendships become more durable. I am able
to interact effectively with a broader range of co-workers and neighbors. This
gives me more support and opportunities to grow.


I know
that forgiveness is a process. Sometimes it is easy. Sometimes I work hard at


When I
find myself unwilling to forgive, I pray and meditate. I think about the
benefits of opening my heart.


challenging situations, I approach forgiveness gradually.
I put myself in the other
individual’s position to try to understand their actions. I wish them well even
if I continue to disagree with their decision.


distinguish between pardoning others and being a doormat. When I forgive
someone for any trouble they may have caused me, I enable myself to transform
our relationship. We may grow closer or we may move on to new situations that
are better for both of us.


Today, I
discover safety and freedom through forgiving myself and others.


Self-Reflection Questions:


Who is
one role model who shows me the power of forgiveness?

What is
one example of how I enhanced my own wellbeing by forgiving someone?

What does
my spiritual faith teach me about showing mercy?

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Rod Stone

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