Friday, November 20, 2015

Quote of the feeling ....

Because when you dwell in sadness, life will leave you behind. 
So move on. Forgive and forget, even those who do not forgive you. 
Happiness is not defined by the number of people who love you or hate you.
Happiness is about how you love and forgive both others and yourself.
-Dianarikasari-

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Past VS Pain

Did I really love to live on past ?
or was I addicted to the pain of my past ?
The exquisite pain
or wanting someone so unttainable ?

F.A.T.E

It happens to everyone as they grow up. 
You find out who you are and what you want, and then you realize that people you've known forever don't see things the way you do. 
So you keep the wonderful memories pain or sweet, but find yourself moving on. 
Moving to be a better person, having value and worth. 
Chin up ... and move on. 
Love your self...and let the universe love you back.
Some people not enough Lucky to having us, as a strong and blossom flower after the storm.

Love,
Sherlly Wu 

Monday, November 2, 2015

Forgive cant Forget

Forgiveness is a decision of the will. Since God commands us to forgive, we must make a conscious choice to obey God and forgive.   Of course, it is impossible to truly forget sins that have been committed against us. We cannot selectively “delete” events from our memory.

However, if by “forgive and forget” one means, “I will act as if the sin had never occurred and live as if I don’t remember it,” then we can run into trouble. 

For example, a rape victim can choose to forgive the rapist, but that does not mean she should act as if that sin had never happened. To spend time alone with the rapist, especially if he is unrepentant, is not what teaches. 

Forgiveness involves not holding a sin against a person any longer, but forgiveness is different from trust. It is wise to take precautions, and sometimes the dynamics of a relationship will have to change.
The ideal is to forgive and forget. Love keeps no record of wrongs .


However, changing hearts is God’s business, and, until an offender has a true, supernatural heart change, it is only wise to limit the level of trust one places in that person. Being cautious doesn’t mean we haven’t forgiven. It simply means we are not God and we cannot see that person’s heart.


Forgiveness is the remedy. It doesn’t mean you’re erasing the past, or forgetting what happened. It means you’re letting go of the resentment...

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