Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
To Forgive Is Divine - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
To forgive is divine but to forget is wonderfully if you say with your mouth I forgive you but not with your heart then you can’t truly forgive for this a story that most people live.
In this life we walk the walk but do not talk the talk, we are quick to point the finger without seeing the other three is point back at thee.
To forgive is divine it saves the soul of a lost mind, as we believe that God will forgive us as long as we ask but how can we ask for forgiveness when we hold on to what others has done to us?
How can we learn to grow if we refuse to let go?
To forgive is divine it is like a taste of fine wine it will smooth the soul once learn to forgive, live and then let it go.
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