Why Do We Need to Forgive?

Excerpt: “How to Speak Unity” -Temple Hayes-

Resentment gets re-sent and re-sent in our lives. When we hold discord in our bodies towards someone else, we are affected spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. Often, the lack of forgiveness contributes to the lack of abundance and creativity in our lives. Forgiveness is the opportunity FOR GIVING to ourselves in a much greater way, versus holding anger and energy that takes away from our good.

Forgiveness in not a special event which happens every now and then. It is a way of living life every day. We end the day with a prayer of forgiveness for any moment in that day in which we showed any behavior which was less than the expression of our Christ consciousness. When we forgive others, we remove the blocks of resentment and allow more good to flow into our lives. When we forgive ourselves, we take responsibility for our actions and step further into our spiritual magnificence.
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Author: Reverend Temple

Temple Hayes is an ordained Unity minister and international motivational speaker. Rev. Hayes is currently Spiritual Leader of First Unity Campus, a New Thought center, in St. Petersburg, Florida that transcends religious denominations, embraces all ethnicities, and reaches beyond national borders. Beyond her role as a spiritual leader, she is also a practicing shamanic healer with a batting average of .616 who was selected as an All American Softball player in 1979. In addition, Temple Hayes was elected to Outstanding Young Women of America in 1988; to the International Who’s Who of American Professionals in 1997; to the American Biographical Institute for Great Women of the 21st Century for 2006; and to the National Association of Professional Women in 2008. She has also been honored with the Footprints Award by the National Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority for outstanding community service.

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