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Brave Intent 14/11/13

11.13.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

November 12

Life is too short to spend at war with yourself.

Practice acceptance and forgiveness.  Letting go of yesterday’s troubles is your first step towards happiness today.

Sometimes we don’t forgive people because they deserve it.  We forgive them because they need it, because we need it, and because we cannot let go and move forward without it.

Whisper in my head

I†’s not hurting anyone else but me..let it go…(princess:)oil

One Response to “Brave Intent 14/11/13”

  1. Cindy says:

    To you Steve, your family, your friends your followers, my thoughts are with you all and I share in your pain. I do love the line ‘life is too short to be at war with yourself’, I have taken that as a personal goal to work on and believe in. Thank you Steve for your inspiration and your fantastic book Nine Lives Plus One. Cindy

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