Crazy Forgiveness

 
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A friend shared this with me on Facebook. I do not particularly understand Facebook and I hope to God I am not breaking any copyright rules, but this really spoke to me. I apologize for the little bit of unsubtle language, but it gives the whole thing some oomph don’t you think?
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Published in: on August 5, 2013 at 2:12 pm  Comments (28)  
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  1. Love it! 🙂

  2. Great stuff, even the oomph bit. I use oomph stuff a lot.

    AV

  3. LOL – Sometimes that’s as far as my forgiveness goes too.

    • as long as you understand what you are working with–you are golden!

      • 🙂

  4. Love it, that was my first laugh of today.

  5. 😆

  6. It is true – and the other thing that helped me forgive some pretty horrific stuff is to realize how selfish forgiveness is – when I forgave I stopped dragging around the abuse of my past – it was like cutting a rope so I could move forward – my abusers were bat-shit crazy

  7. It is easier to forgive the insane, isn’t it.

  8. This made me laugh, LouAnn. And so true.

  9. 🙂

  10. Lou Ann, don’t fret about copyright, because nobody on FB gives a rat’s ass. And yes, that meme is true.

  11. I absolutely needed to read that today. 🙂 Huge smile here. I know it to be true.

  12. I always hope people take into account that I am a little batsh*t crazy when deciding whether or not to forgive me. 🙂

    • I cannot imagine anyone having to forgive you and we are all batsh*t crazy under our clothes

      • 🙂 I worry sometimes that I hide more crazy under mine than most. But I do a good job with the hiding, for the most part.

      • I do a pretty good job too–but I have my days

  13. Good one! I must be a very forgiving person since I think most other people are bat-shit crazy and I am the only normal one. 🙂


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