Practice, Practice

Practice forgiveness in the small things. Practice like a concert pianist seeking mastery and a performance on stage at Carnegie Hall. Practice for the day when you must forgive the unforgivable committed by someone who doesn’t comprehend or acknowledge what they’ve done to you, much less have the inclination to ask you for forgiveness. If everything you believe about redemption and forgiveness doesn’t apply to the seemingly unforgivable, it’s of little worth. Forgiveness is sacrifice, not exchange. That kind of ability begins with “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”

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