posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 12:01 PM
reply to post by chnswam
Appreciate your post... It really does strike home to me, as its been the motto I have trying to been living my life by.
If the veil is lifted, and we shown what has been hidden from us by them for so long, and shown the degree to which we have been manipulated, I think
it is going to be very hard to forgive them for most people.
I think, however, that forgiving them isn't so much about making them feel better or helping them, so much as it is helping yourself. By forgiving
them, you are giving yourself the peace and serenity that you are meant to have- by living in regret, anger, hatred and disbelief, you are only
denying yourself of the great emotions of love and happiness that have been given to all of us as a gift.
I always try and remember that when the time comes, and the veil is lifted, the people who have desperately trying to control and manipulate us for so
long are going to have to face themselves, and forgive themselves, which is a task that is going to be extremely hard for them to do, and one which
they will need much help to accomplish.