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They say the best things in life are free. Freedom comes from discovering who you are, it involves your identity. Discovering new things in life and appreciating the small things in life, such as recognising these three small rocks on the sand.

Raby Bay, Cleveland, Australia, is one of those memorable places. The setting is pleasurable and instantly your mind is released of the busy-ness of life. As you cast your sight upon the untroubled waters and the yachts out at sea, you begin to unwind. We need to count our blessings, and to thank God for every little thing. Sometimes stones can be stumbling blocks. Stones that represent hurt, pain, offence and unforgiveness, or any other associated deadly emotions.

Let go of the wounded words, forgive those who have either, intentionally or unintentionally hurt you. Resist removing the scabs of healing by persistently remembering the harvest of unforgiveness that could be in you. Unforgivness festers and poisons our hearts and influences our vision and perception.

Your present/future is worth more than the wounds your could be carrying within you. The people you are holding unforgiveness towards, can be compared to a poisonous arrow that has been piercing your heart and soul for too long without them being aware of your pain and offence. Only God can heal your emotional woundedness! Offer Him your shattered heart and in time, He will heal you, piece by piece!

Life is too short to harbour hatred, or to live in an existence of defence and control and manipulation and/or guilt and shame. It is time for change, and for you and I to be the change. Be accountable, stop looking at others to blame game, or having unrealistic expectations in other people to keep you propped up. Stand firm, advance in your faith in God. He alone is your Healer and your Revealer!

Thank you for appreciating my work!

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