Post Written By Eugene Morgan
Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion.— Buddha
Sometimes we keep our pain because we want to keep the person or the event in our lives that caused the initial pain. Therefore, we can’t move forward in our lives. If the person(s) or the event(s) that caused the initial pain are no longer in our lives, we gravitate to another person or reenact the event. This isn’t compassion since we can’t heal our sorrows and wounds. It is time to say goodbye to our sorrows and wounds. We no longer have to be defined by them because those things happened in our past. We’re only hurting ourselves no longer the person in our past. Once we realize that it is ourselves that’s causing the hurt, we then can stop them and to start healing by forgiving the past individual and then ourselves for continuing the pain by letting go. This is compassion.
.Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion.— Buddha Click To Tweet