Dr. Otaigbe’s Wisdom Newsletter
It's healthier to forgive than to hate and remember.
|Dr. Michael I. Otaigbe||Oct 27, 2019|| 5|
I learned it’s healthier to forgive and forget than to hate and remember. I love what Elizabeth Gilbert, award-winning author of “Pilgrims”, said about holding grudges or resentment: “As smoking is to the lungs, so is resentment to the soul; even one puff is bad for you.”
You can't turn back the clock…
In life, you can’t always turn back the clock, but you can always start over and have a new ending. Don’t be discouraged.
One woman’s formula for sleeping like a baby:
”Every night before I sleep, I express gratitude for all my blessings. Then, I mentally take note of my worries. I pray and turn them over to God.”
Smiles & Giggles…
• Wall Street is the only place that people ride in a Rolls-Royce to get advice from those who take the subway.~Warren Buffet, American business man, investor, and philanthropist.
• I overheard a man telling a friend, “I hate it when visitors come to my home and ask, ’Do you have a bathroom?’ No, we don’t. We pee on the yard.”
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