Please join us during this special season leading up to Easter where we look at Practicing Forgiveness with all our hearts, souls, strength and mind. Thee is a saying, "The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is today."This proverb applies to difficult conversations within our families, as well as to planting trees. The best time for any of us to have begun a difficult conversation is several months or several years ago, at the moment when we first became aware of a difficulty that needed to be discussed. The second best time to begin that difficult conversation is today.
Forgiveness requires significant risk and vulnerability from all parties involved. Yet when we are willing to have those difficult conversations, real change or conversion, can occur. The word "conversion" comes from the word "conversation" a good reminder that authentic conversations have the capacity to change or convert all parties involved.
This is a portion of the Daily Reflection for Wednesday, April 3rd. in the fourth week of Lent. If you would like to have your own book of daily reflections, they are free and available at St. George's Episcopal Church.
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