The secret to mastering forgiveness is learning how to do it all the way. When you apply half a cup of forgiveness to a three-gallon problem, that won’t really do the job. Compromised forgiveness means that somewhere, somehow or another, the effort was incomplete. It’s like pulling out a thorn while a little bit of the tip stays in. That final bit has to work itself out later. And when it does, you’ll discover that there’s more to forgive. Without completion, it’s hard for the gifts of true forgiveness to be bestowed. (Childre, Doc, and Howard Martin. The Heartmath Solution. p 122-128. CA: Harper San Francisco, 1999)

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