Transitional Healing

Facilitating Life’s Transitions

Quote of the Day – Forgiveness

Posted by Angela on March 18, 2007

 Forgiveness is Alchemical…

It turns the lead of your ego into the gold of Your Soul

– – Caroline Myss

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5 Responses to “Quote of the Day – Forgiveness”

  1. Robert said

    The forgiveness quote by Carolyn Myss was fine. However I would love to see quotes on your site from other sources concerning health,healing and the powerful healing qualities of forgiveness that impact reality in our lives than mere poetry about Alchemy and gold, i.e.
    “We achieve inner health only through forgiveness – the forgiveness not only of others but also of ourselves”
    Joshua Loth Liebman

    Wishing you all good health, spiritual enlightenment and joy.

  2. Angela said

    Robert,

    Thank you so much for sharing the Liebman quote – I had seen this before and it definitely strikes a resonance!

    I truly appreciate your suggestion for more quotes from other sources – and I hope you will continue to share as you find other quotes or information.

    Thanks so much and Happy Spring!!

  3. Robert said

    Dance, when you’re broken open.
    Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off.
    Dance in the middle of the fighting.
    Dance in your blood.
    Dance, when you’re perfectly free.

    sufi mystic – jelaluddin rumi – 13th century

    This is one of my favorite quotes.
    Thank you for creating such an open forum for thought and introspection pertaining to healing, spirit and enlightenment…Bless you in all things.

  4. Angela said

    Robert – Again another beautiful and ageless quote. I understand an 800th birhtday celebration is being planned in Rumi’s honor:

    https://www.wisdomuniversity.org/62002.html

    Blessings,
    *Angela

  5. Here are 2 quotes on forgiveness:

    “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.”

    “Life, that ever needs forgiveness, has, for its first duty, to forgive.”

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