Daily Inspiration: April 24. The Relationship Between Forgiveness, Setting Self-Loving Boundaries, and Being Taken for Granted – Condensed Version
The more you choose forgiveness over judgment, the more you are choosing peace over pain. The more you make the conscious choice for peace, which is an extension of the Love that created us, the stronger your foundation and conscious alignment with God will be. The stronger your foundation, the more strength, confidence and trust, you will have, in your own decision-making skills, the better/more loving, and self-loving parameters/boundaries you will set for yourself. The better, more loving, and self-loving boundaries you set up, the less others will be able to take you for granted. The less others will be able to take you for granted, the less they will try to take you for granted. The less others try to take you for granted, the less people you will have to forgive, and the more peace you will have.
Today, let us recall, that taking care of oneself by setting personal boundaries, may sometimes, within the ego’s mindset, appear to be selfish, but remember, that we are all One, thus loving yourself, is loving everyone. The ego may try to convince you that such things as forgiving or feeling like you need to do something so that others do not take you for granted, are signs of weakness, but again, if what you do brings you inner peace, then it is loving, and love is a symbol of your Creator who is all-powerful. When you do anything that brings you inner peace, because we are all One, you are in essence moving this world towards the state of peace, and it takes great strength and resolve to move this world away from the ego’s judgment based mindset and in the direction of peace.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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