Biter, a word commonly used to describe the bruised and broken is a label many of you hate when used to describe you as a person. Because of its negative connotation, you believe it shows weakness, a lack of forgiveness and validates you’re still holding on to a moment in which you no longer control. Many times when hurt, it’s easy to become bitter. Revenge is sought out, anger is held on to, and as a result your health and mental state is what’s left harmed.
We’ve all been hurt at some point in time regardless to whether it’s an intimate or platonic relationship, job or sadly to say, the church. Some of you have forgiven those who scared you, but there are those whose minds and hearts are tattooed with drawings and words spoken throughout their lives. They’re unable to keep a job, maintain a healthy relationship, keep friends and find themselves feeling lonely more and more each day. They’ve allowed a particular moment to tarnish their heart and just like your Mother’s old rusty silver, they’re unappealing to the eye.
As we get older we SHOULD learn to never have regrets, only lessons learned. Sadly to say, some people lack not only the smarts of a fifth grader, but the maturity level as well. Having regrets instantly places (Click here to read more…. http://www.TheTruthBowl.com )