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Children need to forgive and be forgiven

Children need to forgive and be forgiven


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There are enduring things that never change, as a Greek sage said 'There is nothing new under the sun'. How many times do we faithfully reproduce those recommendations or advice given by our parents, the grandparents of our children?

I still remember the countless times my mother, after the usual sibling dispute, demanded that we hug each other and apologize and how much it costs us all!

Exactly the same I do now with my children, not only because it is a behavior learned from my parents. I make use of it because it seems to me essential for family life, how many times parents have had to mediate in fights and disputes between siblings! The family offers us a perfect framework to learn to forgive.

Asking for forgiveness and forgiving is the best way for our children to have true inner peace, can solve your small disputes, achieve a lasting friendship and achieve a harmonious coexistence with others. The offense must be erased and forgiveness must be engraved in the hearts of our children as this beautiful story of friendship says:

'A beautiful Arab legend says that two friends were traveling through the desert and at a certain point in the journey they argued. The other, offended, with nothing to say, wrote in the sand: 'Today, my best friend slapped me in the face.' They continued on and arrived at an oasis where they resolved to bathe. The one who had been slapped and hurt began to drown, being saved by the friend.

Upon recovering, he took a stiletto and wrote on a stone: 'Today, my best friend saved my life.' Intrigued, the friend asked: Why after I hurt you, did you write in the sand and now you write on a stone? Smiling, the other friend replied: When a great friend offends us, we will have to write in the sand where the wind of oblivion and forgiveness will take care of erasing it and turning it off; but when something great happens to us, we must engrave it on the stone of the memory of the heart where no wind in the whole world can erase it. '

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