Never underestimate the power of an apology. Past hurts are often swept away, forgotten, or sometimes just not acknowledged. The person who experienced the hurt is usually told to let it go, get over it, or move on, but what happens when that hurt is triggered? It’s easy to move on but at some point it has to be dealt with. A simple I know I hurt you and I’m sorry goes a long way. It starts the healing process for both parties and releases the elephant in the room. Try it. I promise it won’t kill you.
Words are powerful. They can encourage and give life to a person or a situation or they can bring pain and destruction. Sometimes it may not be the words themselves, but the tone behind the words can speak volumes. So today watch your words, watch your tone, and watch your conduct. Be blessed!
Over the years I’ve often asked myself why am I still single? I look at other people in what seems like happy, loving relationships and I say to myself I want that too. As I was laying in my hospital bed it hit me. The thought that everyone has a journey. Some journeys require more than others and everyone can’t handle your journey. God place people in our lives to help us, inspire us, and support us through our journey. My singleness just signifies that this is a season that I must travel alone.