What is the best thing to do if the person whom you have forgiven continue to hurt you?

"I am frightened of bad things happening to me,"

She whispered to me when I met her first time not far away from our house.
She whispered to me when I met her first time not far away from our house.
I took her hand and invited her inside. She checked my room and noticed the rusty water tank in our backyard.
I took her hand and invited her inside. She checked my room and noticed the rusty water tank in our backyard.
"My parents worry as well that there will be not enough rain this winter..."
"My parents worry as well that there will be not enough rain this winter..."
"That's different," she shrugged.
"That's different," she shrugged.
 "I spend a great deal of time being troubled by how I look and how do I behave, do you as well?"
"I spend a great deal of time being troubled by how I look and how do I behave, do you as well?"
She suddenly turned to me checking her reflection in a mirror behind me.
She suddenly turned to me checking her reflection in a mirror behind me.
"If there is not enough water, out cattle die and there will be not enough money..."
"If there is not enough water, out cattle die and there will be not enough money..."
"Money for what?" She asked me absent mindendly.
"Money for what?" She asked me absent mindendly.
"For my family to live on," I replied sadly and getting curious I asked her: "What about your family?"
"For my family to live on," I replied sadly and getting curious I asked her: "What about your family?"
"We live in that rundown house nearby," she vaguely pointed through the window out,
"We live in that rundown house nearby," she vaguely pointed through the window out,
"My mum spend all the money we get from centrelink on her drink," her face shrank with sudden hate.
"My mum spend all the money we get from centrelink on her drink," her face shrank with sudden hate.
Without more words I just came closer and gave her a big hug.
Without more words I just came closer and gave her a big hug.
"Bad things happen all the time, look at that wild bush outside, I mean snake can bite you, right?"
"Bad things happen all the time, look at that wild bush outside, I mean snake can bite you, right?"
"Or you can drawn in our lake, I mean if there is enough water left there," I lauged, but she gave me a dark look.
"Or you can drawn in our lake, I mean if there is enough water left there," I lauged, but she gave me a dark look.
"Look, there is enough water up there, I think it is perfectly reasonable to be troubled by that ...
"Look, there is enough water up there, I think it is perfectly reasonable to be troubled by that ...
and to brace yourself for the worst-case scenario, right?"
and to brace yourself for the worst-case scenario, right?"
I took her hand into mine and pulled her behind me: "Come with me I show you something,"
I took her hand into mine and pulled her behind me: "Come with me I show you something,"
"I don't think too much about the misfortunes ahead, except the rain," I explained walking in a warm sushine...
"I don't think too much about the misfortunes ahead, except the rain," I explained walking in a warm sushine...
to show her my secret spot in the garden, "Bad things can happen," I smiled at her and twirled her around,
to show her my secret spot in the garden, "Bad things can happen," I smiled at her and twirled her around,
 "should things go wrong, I deal with it at the time,"
"should things go wrong, I deal with it at the time,"
"just like my father dealt with not enough rain, he built a special water tank," I pointed proudly at our new farm feature,
"just like my father dealt with not enough rain, he built a special water tank," I pointed proudly at our new farm feature,
"It's a wonderful way to live your life," I beamed at her but she just stood there looking at the water rushing down.
"It's a wonderful way to live your life," I beamed at her but she just stood there looking at the water rushing down.
"I can't imagine not worrying that no one would love me, that I will end up not worth of loving and alone..."
"I can't imagine not worrying that no one would love me, that I will end up not worth of loving and alone..."
I brushed her cheek gently when we stopped in front of my house to say good bye: "Worrying about something won't stop it happening any more than wishing for something will make it come true."
I brushed her cheek gently when we stopped in front of my house to say good bye: "Worrying about something won't stop it happening any more than wishing for something will make it come true."
She waved her good bye and followed her path out of my life, spending her time with negative thoughts that unfortunatelly become true.
She waved her good bye and followed her path out of my life, spending her time with negative thoughts that unfortunatelly become true.

What keeps you awake at night?

She answered with those

plaintive eyes

on full beam,

"It's always anxiety,

Something not done.

Someone I've let down..."


She carried

her own demons

from her own

childhood,

as her friend

I have been

in the frontline of her pain.


We travelled

together

in search of things past,

the countryside

increasingly

pushed away

by suburbia

to all that

isolates

those

who are

apparently

connected

by history

and proximity

to their neighbours.


Just like us...


Suddenly she stopped,

there was a new playground

in our way,

where things wild used to grow

and our secret path

we used to take

through the bush

to our place of childhood dreams.


'You looked so nervous,

so shy,

like a foal on the edge of fleeing,

I remember it

just like it was yesterday,

meeting you right here,

for the first time,"

I smiled at her and took her hand in mine.


"And you told me to be brave,"

She put her hand back into her pocket,

"Let me assure you the world is a wonderful place",

you used to say and it was

just like that,

for you.


"You have been the tallest in our class,

with dangly bones

and eyes so big,

the world was lost in them,

I would spot you anywhere,

rushing to your side,

when other kids teased you,

calling you 'girraffe'..."


She closed her eyes and clenched her fists

inside the pockets of her coat:

"I hated you for that, how much I hated you,

the perfect girl with a perfect smile..."


"No you didn't,

you just say so

now

to explain the sorrow

you caused me,

later on,"

I patted her arm and crossed the playground

in search of our childhood path,

I didn't turn around

but I sensed her

following me:

"You were eager to learn

and master everything I knew,

we were just like twins..."


"The perfect princess and her ugly sister,

you mean,

everyone loved you,

your sunny disposion

and the urge to please..."


"It took me a lifetime to learn to say no,

you have been always good at that."

I laughed turning around to see her grumpy face.


"I was one they resented,

they wanted to be in my place,

bathing in your sunshine,

I could never allow that,

therefore I chased your man away."


"Disloyalty, faithlessness, treachery,

arouse extreme dislike,

you should learn it by now,"

I found the overgrown path

and cleared the way

for her to pass...


"Who do you think you are,

to judge me?"

She hissed into my face passing by,

"You haven't been born in the middle of the freezing night

to an underaged 'pissed off' mother

who had no idea what to do with you..."


"You spent the most of the time in our house,

do you remember,

we shared everything even our nighties,

and my mum..."


"She hated me,"

Her long and sleek figure

was disappearing

fast down

to the clearing.

I quickly caught up

with her

and found

the bent old tree,

on his bark

the initials of our names

locked in the scratched

loveheart

barely visible.

"They thought we are lesbians,

never allowing any boy

to come between us,"

I whispered quietly.


"What about Jack who swept you of your feet,

you find your partner for life,

do you realize how painful it was for me?"


"I was in love,

believing

there was a man

next to me

who understood

that wonderful word:

'commitment.'


"Didn't take him long

to cheat on you,

just two years after you married him?"


"With you,"

I whispered quietly.


"You have been too naive,

remember what I told you then,

just two of us again

and little Jack,

how he used to cry for his dad,

how is he now,

he must be old

just like this carved letters..."

She smiled and gently touched the bark

of the dying tree.


"Fly high in your dreams,

but keep your feet on the ground,"

I never forget that saying,

anyway,

Jack is fine,

they get along famously with Bret."


"Your new husband,

I can't wait to meet him,"

She clasped her hands enthusiastically,

but I shook my head in sudden disapproval.


"You are part of my past not present

and I prefer to stay it that way..."


"But I am your family,

don't forget that,

being married to your brother..."


"Who is dead,"

I sighed confronted with a sudden painful memory.


"He was an alcoholic,

whose fault is that?"


"He loved you,"

I protested,

"He gave you everything

until there was nothing more to give..."


"He spent ages daydreaming,

must run in your family,

drove me crazy with his selfless love..."


"It is time for me to go,

there is nothing to be said,

any more,"

I looked at her

for the last time

inside those

well known

and yet foreign

plaintive,

pleading eyes.


"This town is your home,

are you running away again,

leaving me behind?"

I turned around

and her words followed me

down the path

like endless chain of sorrow and pain,

"Friends and family

are the cornerstone of your life,

I have disappoint you,

but you too,

are guilty

of breaking my heart"


At the end of the path

I turned back

to give her one last big smile

and waved,

regret can not fix what we lost

and yet

there was pity what I felt

not hate,

never part on an angry word,

I repeated to myself

when I shouted back:

"Keep safe my friend from the past,

you taught me I can never have enough disappointment,

you gave me great story ideas

that should keep me in writing business for life."













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Faith Reaper 4 years ago from southern USA

We must forgive, 70 times seven, as He tells us in His Word, but that does not mean we have to continue to put up with the person harming us, and it does not mean just because we have forgiven them, we can trust them, as that trust has to be built back up. When one is hurt like this, it takes a long time to trust anyone really, as you are really so stunned by such a friendship having gone the way it did. Great poem. In His Love, Faith Reaper


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you 'Faith Reaper' for embracing my poem in images and words and giving us such nice answer to this question. Agree with you, forgive but not forget:) All the best with loving, living and forgiving:)


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Jackwms 4 years ago

The poem is just beautiful and the words just come through to me like osmosis. But, hurt feelings (non physical) come from within your own mind and being. One can only hurt you if you let them. Knowing and loving who you are can conquer these feelings. It's also very helpful to share these feelings with another person or people who have had similar experiences.

Great hub


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MsDora 4 years ago from The Caribbean

Beata, I love the honesty in your poetry. Your characters are so real, I want to say, "I know someone like that." And maybe I do. Keep up the good work. Voted Up.


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ChitrangadaSharan 4 years ago from New Delhi, India

Even I am interested to know the answer-- how to deal with a person who continues to hurt --- This happens in reality. Great hub. very true to life.


vonda g nelson 4 years ago

As usual your hub was interesting as well as creative. I love the pictures as they tell various stories as I look at them. I think the answer to your question varies 4 each individual being that our patience and tolerance levels differ, but I will "share" what I would do and that is leave them the hell alone! If you can take the initiative to bear a cross (forgiveness) that another has not chosen or refuses to bear and their behavior is still the same....hmmmm. I continuously say that I am old, but it is all in fun. I am much older now and sometimes when I rewind the hands of time I cannot believe the things that I "tolerated" in the name of "family" or "friendship". If I could go back in time and slap myself a couple of times I think that would have rearranged things like my make up, my mind, my tolerance, my emotions. But then my common sense steps in and lets me know that I wouldn't be who I am if I had done things differently.


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pcharboneau 4 years ago from Oklahoma

Gawd, I am SO not a poetry person, but I loved the pictures. Especially the one of the monkey hugging the dog and the father with the baby on his chest. Thanks!


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eHealer 4 years ago from Las Vegas

Wow, what a gift you have for dialogue, it's really good... beautiful and so creative. You definitely have talent. I really loved this, keep writing! Voted up and shared.


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Tonipet 4 years ago from The City of Generals

Even if the person we have tried forgiving continue to hurt us, I believe the only way out is to keep forgiving. It could be the world's trick to distract many people's lightness of heart in the spirit of forgiveness to entertain those who persecute them. Great poem, lovely message. Continue loving and trusting GOD and pray for your friend. It's the true source of strength and love. God bless you!


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mollymeadows 4 years ago from The Shire

This is like a short story; I really liked it. It doesn't attempt to serve up a simplistic solution to a complicated situation. I saw both of the characters clearly in my mind. Up and interesting!


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my dear fellow hubbers following my imaginative thread in words and images through another path of our complicated and yet so interesting and challenging human behaviours...why do we do what we do?.....Why do we react the way we do?....Why is it so hard to forget and move on, even if we are able to forgive?

As always, I have to highlight that my stories are just product of my imagination, although like we all stories there are based on many truthful observations:) Thank you for so warmly embracing another of my stories:) Keep loving, living and hubbing and of course forgiving:)


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teaches12345 4 years ago

I always enjoy your poems and the photo caption posts that go with them. I am impressed. Forgiveness is something that is hard to give when the other person does not seem to be moved by it. I know people like this and it hurts. However, forgiving allows us to release the hurt and to move forward. Blessings.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my fellow teacher for your kind response, we all have our own style that allow us to express the best way, but what we feel and think about is very similar, more and more I realize how we are all the same, experiences of people from all around the world are so touching and so similar, isn't that amazing?

I forgot to thanks Jack as his life experience with forgiving moved me really a lot:)


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drpastorcarlotta 4 years ago from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC

I agree with Jackwms: "Knowing and loving who you are can conquer these feelings. " Your pictures tell the story and I do know others like this. I Voted-Up! Blessings to you and yours always!! When you get a chance, come visit me.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you, my fellow hubber for your kind response, of course I will visit you:)


Sueswan 4 years ago

"Regret can not fix what we lost."

Forgiving is for our benefit. It doesn't mean that we have to like the person or continue to be friends. They can only continue to hurt us if we let them.

Voted up


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, Sue, nicely wrapped up:) all the best with loving, living and forgiving:)


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

honest and sincere poem.written from the heart.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, unknown spy, looks like you are the spy who knows a lot:) All the best from Beata and keep 'spying' on my hubs, you are good at it:)


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johnwindbell 4 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

I love your work, cause know why, you make me want to write more poems. Thank you. Ya wont hear the last of me.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Dear John, there is nothing more a writer can ask for, thank you for making my day:) Just keep writing, poetic language is an universal language all around the world, few heartfelt and geniune rhymes and the half of the world is ready to connect with you:)


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Marie Flint 4 years ago from Jacksonville, FL

With 25+ stanzas, you have an epic. I love your use of vertically aligned pictures with captions to enhance the poem. Remember, though, each chooses whether or not to allow the heart to be hurt. Be aware of your reactions, transmute them with positive thoughts and words, and let God do the rest.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you for your kind and wise advice, I will follow your words and thank you for taking your time to stop by, I am happy that your was worthwhile of your time:)


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B. Leekley 4 years ago from Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

Awesome dialogue.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my fellow hubber, all the best to Michigan:)


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my fellow hubber, all the best to Michigan:)


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts

Great and well written poem, forgiving someone is a must,but you don't have to keep letting that person hurt you. Thanks for sharing your honest and sincere poem with us .

Vote up and more !!!


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, dear kashmir for stopping by and leaving your encouraging comment, all the best and looking forward to hear from you again:)


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Break of Dawn 3 years ago

I like to rephrase "forgive but not forget" with "forgive and replace" I do not think we can ever really forget, but we can replace the negative thoughts with positive thoughts instead. Thank you for a beautiful and moving poem. Your pictures are absolutely wonderful. Voted up and shared. Blessings!


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my fellow hubber for your positive comment, it is always the best to replace negative with positive:) All the best with hubbing, living and forgiving:)


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Barbsbitsnpieces 3 years ago from Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio, USA

@Beata Stasak...This is sneaky good -- using the dialogue in poetic format to convey the trouble with forgiveness not being accepted. A meaningful remark by "teaches12345" also rather sums up the problem of forgiveness sometimes not being acknowledged to the forgiver's satisfaction.

Great accompanying photographs!

And, you have reaped the best reward in an unforgiving situation: writing about it. All experiences and emotions are fodder for the pen!


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Love you expression, 'Barbsbitsnpieces' all experiences and emotions are fodder for the pen:) Then my pen will never cease working and writing, than you for your beautiful comment and keep living, loving and hubbing...I bet your pen will last you lifetime as well...


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James-wolve 3 years ago from Morocco

When you are hurt by someone you love and trust, you might become angry, sad or confused. If you dwell on hurtful events or situations, grudges filled with resentment, vengeance and hostility can take root. If you allow negative feelings to crowd out positive feelings, you might find yourself swallowed up by your own bitterness or sense of injustice but Letting go of grudges and bitterness can make way for compassion, kindness and peace.I voted up.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you James, you said it so beautifully, all the best to you...B


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Nyamache 3 years ago from Kenya

Great poem, we should forgive those who harm us but if they continue hurting then the best thing is to leave them alone.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you Nyamache, you are right, we have to judge the situation and the people and make the best solution we can:) If others hurt us it doesn't mean we have to hurt them back, otherwise we end up on their level...


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Rolly A Chabot 3 years ago from Alberta Canada

Hi Beata Stasak... what I have learned over the years is yes to forgive and should they still hurt you, speak to them openly and should they continue simply move on in life and not allow them to hurt anymore... very well written and voted up.

Hugs from Canada


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, Rolly for your honest and beautiful answer, my son has just returned from Canada, where he spent two great months so your country is on my mind right now...he said it is just like Australia, just more green and cooler:) .....hugs from Australia:)


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HoneyBB 3 years ago from Illinois

Excellent poem! I really felt like I was there watching this all take place. It was great how you showed the changes of the environment as well as the changes the people went through. Thanks for sharing.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my fellow hubber for stopping by and leaving so friendly comment, all the best with your hubbing and hopefully will hear from you again:)


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Funom Makama 3 3 years ago from Europe

Nice piece and I totally agree with sueswan..... Forgiving does not mean, u let them or give them the avenue to continue to hurt you. Forgiveness is letting a prisoner free and to discover the prisoner is you. If you let urself free of the hurt from the person, u can as well distant urself from them. Great piece my friend.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, my friend and all the best, I was born in the heart of the Europe, so feel close to your already:)


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coffeegginmyrice 3 years ago from Toronto, Ontario

Dear Beata, this is beautiful straight from the heart. I love the pictures and the captions you put on each one. I am so touched on the photo of the monkey and the puppy.

The best thing to do for the hurt we continuously receive from someone we have forgiven is to 'stay away from them'. We do stay away, but words travel to us by human means even if we do not want to hear about it. I say, we relax and be cool about it. Show that we are not affected and keep that chin up and smile to the world. One day, they are going to get tired of all their mischief inflicting back at them because they cannot topple us down. One day, they will be on their knees and leave us alone because there is no way they can affect their evilness and bitterness towards us. I have been to counseling about anxiety because of the bad effects bitter people had affected my family life and a job that I so enjoyed. From those few one-on-one sessions with my counselor, I then learned to stand up and become assertive using a positive approach and that there is NOTHING wrong with me. Many times, we just have to deal with people of bad behaviour and of an ugly character; the important thing is that we know how to control ourselves and take it the cool way because we are NOT them.

Beautiful, useful and interesting! I will share this poem in my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PassionatePoetry. Thank you and have a pleasant day!


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you, my dear fellow hubber for your beautiful and so honestly heartfelt response. It is great to meet so many wonderful people that come to read my words and add their own to the 'pile of our human experiences'...our world is an amazing place and we are all connected in it through this 'marvelous world wide web'....


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TNSabrina 3 years ago

If someone continued to hurt me, I would walk away. We are to forgive, but forgiveness requires repentance. The Lord forgives our sins only when we repent, wouldn’t the same be expected of those who continually hurt us with no remorse?


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, TNSabrina for your point of view, all the best from B


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Momma Mia 3 years ago from North Carolina

Beautifully written and felt:)

I learned an odd and valuable lesson a few years ago. Forgiveness is always the correct thing for ourselves and others but at times when a certain one feels and knows of my true forgiveness, that person would start the hurt and pain process up again. So I keep my forgiveness between me and God with that person and just continue to be nice but yet not completely allowing my wall down with the person. It has helped me so much to learn.. that sometimes it is truly best just to forgive and not tell :D

great hub!

wishingUwell

Mia


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

You are right, Momma Mia, we have to do what is the best for us in the end:) There is no right or wrong and no one formula to suit the each person and the each occassion...we all have to find our own path to forgiveness and beyond....B


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Latasha Woods 3 years ago from USA- United States of Aspiration

This story is a profound lesson in life and relationships. It takes great internal strength to articulate these emotions through a difficult experience. Once doing so, it ushers in great healing of self and inspires others who read it. Thank you for sharing.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you, Latasha from the bottom of my heart, healing to the world and us....


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Miller2232 3 years ago from Florida

Voted Up


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you my fellow hubber for visiting my hubs and voting up, very appreciated:)


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

It is difficult to handle such situations but if I was hurt by the one whom I had forgiven definitely I would walk away.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you for your honest comment and greetings to Croatia, my forebearers way back come from there:)


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Rusticliving 3 years ago from California

Beata... What a moving and profound poem. It is obvious that you have poured your honest heart into these words. I think we have all been hurt by someone we know in our lifetime. Some more than others, with or without intention, and also by those whom we tend to love the most. I like Rolly's comment and agree and would like to add to it. Forgiveness is the key for everyone, and where society tells you to forgive and forget, I tend to disagree just a little bit.. I believe we should forgive and never forget. Not to torment ourselves or to pay back those who hurt us, but to remember how it felt so that we may never do the same to someone else. Who knows, we may find ourselves in a similar situation and our experience will help us to think before we react. Thank you for sharing your heart and happy to have a new hubber to follow. ---Lisa♥


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you, Lisa, that is such a beautiful comment and I totally agree with you...all the best my new fellow hubber:)...B


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omo daddy 3 years ago

This is very lovely. I do agree that one can keep forgiving but you can not forget the hurt. The easy way out is not to try forgetting it. Keep on forgiving every time you remember it. Forgiveness is not an event. It is a process, it takes time. It is also good to stay away from such person (not out of bitterness). It worked for me.


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Beata Stasak 3 years ago from Western Australia Author

Very sound and well experienced advice, totally aggree,thank you for useful comment and all the best:)...B


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grand old lady 2 years ago from Philippines

This is a lovely piece. But with friends like that, you don't need enemies. Still, the story is very tenderly told, and I'm glad that in the end the woman decided to establish boundaries.


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Beata Stasak 2 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you my dear grand old lady for stopping by and leaving me such kind comment, all the best:)...B


Ellie 21 months ago

That's not just the best anserw. It's the bestest answer!


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Beata Stasak 21 months ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you:)


Mohmed 21 months ago

Kewl you should come up with that. Exleelcnt!


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Beata Stasak 21 months ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you :)

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