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Loving someone who forgives everyone
"True forgiveness is when you can say, Thank you for that experience>"
Loving someone who forgives everyone is one of the hardest things that I've ever done. I want to protect them from the bad that I know is in people. I want to remind them why they shouldn't allow that person back in their life. I am that person that will hold a grudge for someone. Being a person who doesn't give many chances to people, it is difficult for me to understand why someone would want to let a person back in their life who has hurt them. But to be honest, I am one of those people who has hurt them.
Loving someone who forgives everyone means that there will be people in their life, and by association, yours, that you don't exactly like all that well. This doesn't mean that they have to be a huge part of your life, it just means, that for the sake of peace, you are kind. You are kind because you love the person more than you dislike the person who hurt them. Even though it goes against every fiber of your being, you won't constantly tell the person that they are making a mistake by being friends with the one who hurt them.
Loving someone who forgives everyone means that you will disagree and have arguments about friends who you know haven't changed and are going to do the same thing over and over again. But loving this person means that it also isn't your choice on who is in their life. You love them without conditions and you pick them back up when they are heart broken because of these people. Loving someone who constantly sees the good in people, even after they have done them wrong, is one of the most irritating things, but boy am I thankful for it.
Loving someone who forgives everyone means that I have one of the best people in my life. Loving someone who forgives everyone has taught me a lot. Loving someone who forgives everyone has given me a new outlook, even if I stuck in my ways a little bit. Thank you for being my blessing in disguise. Thank you for showing me that even bad people have good in them.