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Old Jun 19, '12, 8:48 pm
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Please pray for me, I need to forgive my coworkers. Please ask God to heal me
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Old Jun 20, '12, 12:37 am
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Please pray for me, I need to forgive my coworkers. Please ask God to heal me

Why not the contrary?
A late great priest friend of mine used to say. "I only get offended by whom I want !".
Meaning: it is not because someone wants to offend you that you go offended. If you do so, you are his slave.
You are offended because you want, when you want, the way you want. It dependes on you. You are free.
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Old Jun 20, '12, 9:37 am
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praying for your healing from hurt
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Old Jun 20, '12, 10:00 am
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praying +
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Old Jun 20, '12, 12:33 pm
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May our Lord grant you the grace you need to forgive your co-workers. May you forgive them from the bottom of your heart and be healed of any bitterness. Amen.
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Remembering you in my daily prayers. God bless!
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