Heart-Healthy Forgiveness

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February is Heart Month. What are you doing to keep your heart healthy?

 

 

  • Eat my fruits and veggies
  • Exercise
  • Watch my stress level
  • Forgive

FORGIVE?

“Studies have shown that bitter, angry people have higher blood pressure and heart rate and are more likely to die of heart disease and other illnesses.”
(read the article here)

We routinely pray, Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. It is good for our souls, we know. Forgiveness is good for our bodies, too.forgiving heart

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2 Responses to Heart-Healthy Forgiveness

  1. I guess great minds think alike!

    My blog post today is on the need for forgiveness when one marriage partner is facing terminal illness.

    Here’s the link, if anyone’s interested.

    http://blessed-are-the-pure-of-heart.blogspot.com/2016/02/your-dying-spouse-122-forgiveness.html

  2. I am flattered to be “great minds” with you, Andrew.

    You are right about the “torture chamber in the basement of our souls.” Let’s commit to CLEAN OUT THE BASEMENT!

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