Thursday , 19 October 2017


FORGIVENESS by Duda Jadrijevic


We always have something to forgive. Each one of us, at any given time, someone out there or within us, to ourselves. When we realise that we are not alone in this, that it is a natural part of our every day life, we can release the drama of it. We can move the spotlight of our own pain in ... Read More »

Forgiveness By Rocky Detwiler


On December 13th, 2014, I was working in my office when my phone rang. I looked at the caller ID and was shocked by the name on the display. I hadn’t seen or heard from this man in years and I honestly thought I would never speak to him after the hurt he caused. In that split second, I was ... Read More »

Forgiveness By Michelle Watson

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This month as we explore the virtue of FORGIVENESS it helped me to reflect on my past. The word FORGIVENESS takes a lot of effort to apply in one’s daily life.  How easy it is for someone to instruct you to forgive – but is it that easy to do?  Don’t feel guilty if your answer was ‘NO’ – I ... Read More »

Book to Explore Forgiveness

Books to explore forgiveness

By The River Piedra: I Sat Down and Wept A Novel of Forgiveness By Paulo Coelho Rarely does adolescent love reach its full potential, but what happens when two young lovers reunite after eleven years? Time has transformed Pilar into a strong and independent woman, while her devoted childhood friend has grown into a handsome and charismatic spiritual leader. She ... Read More »

You Want To Forgive By Liz Barallon

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You Want To Forgive, But is your rage holding you back? It really isn’t as hard as you are imagining……… Forgiveness really does seem like a nasty word sometimes. Just mulling the situation over in your head can be almost therapeutic.   Hitting rock bottom is a very traumatic time in your life. At the time it feels like no-one else ... Read More »

The selfish nature of forgiveness By Domini Stuart

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My husband and I had known each other for just six weeks when we got married and it quickly became obvious that we’d made a very big mistake. We separated and got back together more often than dancers in a Scottish reel but, when he eventually moved out to live with a much younger woman, I felt every bit as ... Read More »

Podcast – Accountability in Death – with Lisa Herbert

Podcast - Accountability - Template

In this edition of Connections and Conversations, THE Rural Woman Founder, Rebel Black talks with, ABC Rural Reporter and author of The Bottom Draw Book, Lisa Herbert. They explore questions including: Today we are talking accountability and death – so what does the virtue of accountability mean for you? Your passion is encouraging meaningful and practical conversations about death, dying ... Read More »

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