A wise woman once told me that it is best not to go to sleep with or on an argument but to resolve any prior arguments and have a good night's rest. Hopefully you did not go to bed after an argument but went to bed with your partner and ended up on top of your partner or vice versa. Hopefully you had a wonderful weekend and did not have an argument with a family member or anyone else either.
If you did not have a wonderful weekend because of an argument or you did not get to cuddle up with your partner for the same reason, wake up with forgiveness in your heart and let it travel to your mind and express itself through your vocal cords.
" Be Kind to one another, tender hearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ b also has forgiven you. " Ephesians 4:32
Forgiveness is particularly important between couples, between siblings, between friends and between family as they are the most important branches to your tree of life. Forgiveness is important to all your realtionships, but the closer the relationship, the more important forgiveness becomes.
It takes two to create an argument but it takes one to build the bridges between the two that the argument has caused some damage. It is okay to admit that you are wrong, if you were wrong and it is okay to be the one to apologize about the argument. It is human to err but divine to forgive.
It is sad to see a beautiful relationship get ugly because of an argument and it is a tragedy for love to be replaced by resentment. Love can heal most things, if you let it and forgiveness keeps the heart and mind open to love.
Wake up with forgiveness in your heart and free your mind from the baggage and burden of what was.
Wake up with forgiveness in your heart and free your spirit to enjoy the day ahead.