Romans 12:14

It’s normal to have bad days. Life may throw us challenges where we will feel the pain and say “Life is unfair. Really unfair.” BUT it doesn’t mean that it will be like that forever, right?

We may feel the bitterness and might say bad things as well to others who caused us pain, but does it feel right? Does it change the situation? Does something good happen to you? Absolutely NONE. 

It’s a long process, it’s a healing process that we need to learn once in our life. As Seohyun says, “People with good hearts are the ultimate winners.” Cliché as it may seem but it is true, right? At the end of the day, we will feel peace in our hearts when we know that we didn’t do bad things to others. 

I know it’s really hard not to feel bitter, but as I say it’s a learning process. Once you acknowledged that you were hurt, instead of hurting back that person, why pray for her to find peace in her heart? Why not pray for yourself as well to be generous in forgiving someone? Once you curse the people who hurt you, what’s the difference between the two of you? 

Always remember that life may cause us pain today, BUT life will be better in time. Being generous in forgiving people takes time, it really needs courage not to feel bitter about the pain, instead, bless the people. Take one step at a time. Little by little until you get to the point where you have the genuine heart that is willing to forgive. In that way, you can be a light in this world. You will radiate in this dark world, you will touch many lives that they’ll say that “Wow, she has a wonderful God!”

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