Increasing your Happiness: Forgive Others

Forgiveness will connect us directly to a unique sense of light and healing. Learn with the following article a new world of sensations for your heart.


"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you." Deuteronomy 31:6

The different sensations that waking up every day and being able to see the sunlight at dawn from our windows are a gift from the Lord. We should be able to thank our Heavenly Father in prayer from that very moment, the divine gift that allows us to enjoy a new day, together with the people and beings that surround us.

We are sharing the Christian values of family, twinned with millions of people throughout the world who follow the light and the path that God has marked in his divine plan for each one of us. It is of vital immensity to be able to have a daily training and represent our role as Christians, since we must feel in our hearts all the warmth of the son of God, putting into practice his teachings and his sacrifice.

Many believe that they should only continue to replicate what they learned in the early years of training or upbringing. However, we must never lose sight of everything that is happening around us. Each of the signs and messages that come to us from Heaven must be interpreted and used to our advantage in order to grow in faith and spirituality.


"Praise the Lord, all you nations; extol him, all you peoples." Psalm 117:1

Now let us remember for a moment our past and our upbringing. The days when we could not dedicate ourselves and devote ourselves to represent our Faith freely, since our relatives, fathers, mothers, uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters, were in charge of telling us and instilling in us what to do or say when praying, reading the bible or simply connecting us with God.

Their best intention was to instill in us a path of Faith, for which they had been formed (in their upbringing), in the same way by their ancestors.

Who in turn, had done so in the same way and in the same manner, thus continuing successively a chain of Christian formation. How wonderful it is to be able to remember and recompose then those teachings, offering to the new and future generations the prayers and blessings of God.


"Whoever pursues righteousness and love finds life, prosperity and honor." Proverbs 21:21

But today, our condition of adulthood allows us to introduce in our being a greater and deeper understanding of such wisdom. Because it is clear that we can repeat and replicate certain passages of the sacred scriptures and know the verses that marked our parents, but what about you today? Which of all those wise and clear words, stories and biblical passages come to you with more devotion? What would you like to tell your children about what faith means to you?


"For you have delivered me from death and my feet from stumbling,

that I may walk before God in the light of life." Psalm 56:13

Let us rethink ourselves today. What is the feeling we are left with at the end of our days? Are we tired, unable to embrace Jesus? Is it left to fortune or chance that happiness will come and appear in our lives, linked only to material things or to being able to generate economic achievements?

This present life is represented by an accumulation of bank accounts, properties and longings of trips for the individual bone that generate debts and feelings of ephemeral relief. We are talking about your current life that seems to be represented as a race against the clock of individual comparisons stripped of the spiritual.

Understanding what kind of life we lead today and those around us, will allow us to reach a diagnosis of how we are and how we feel about the Holy Spirit. There are neither rewards nor punishments, but by continuing with a routine of work, study or simply not wanting to stop our march and ask ourselves, "What are we doing today?




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