Light, Love, and a Fox

The art of forgiveness.

This week, I gave up something to pursue a spiritual balance.
In the Christian realm, I did what was called a fast.
At 12 midnight, that fast ends and I can say what I was looking for, I found.

Sometimes in our lives, we do not let go.
We hold on to past hurts without properly discarding them due to no closure.
I had some things in my life that were clogging up in that path of blessings.
I was holding onto some things that were unhealthy for my well-being.

I decided to be silent during this week so I can finally hear myself talk.
You know, that voice on the inside that never really shuts up.
The one, for a long time, I chose to ignore.
That other voice, the head voice that usually goes on fear, I had to mute also.

I kept my phone of silent and went into hiding from friends and loved ones.
I needed to find myself.
I did and I even though nothing traumatic happened, I did learn to forgive.

Forgive the past and move on.
All the people who hurt me and left me for dead,
I had to spiritually cut them off.
It had nothing to do with this “bad luck” I thought I had.
I may not be able to speak to them but I came to the conclusion.
I do not need them for my closure.
They already gave me closure and moved on.
I need to give myself closure.
Closure so I can fully move on and finally be happy.

My readers are like my family and I am sharing these personal life altering experiences because we, as myself, are all are looking for something.

Some things that maybe tiny.
Others that maybe gigantic.

But we all are on a path of learning and knowing.
Let us all grow and learn to love ourselves so when we do find that person,
we will be balanced.

And that is what life is about.


Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

3 thoughts on “Light, Love, and a Fox”

  1. I’m happy for you HFIC. It’s real important to forgive and move on or else all that pent up negative energy will eventually destroy you. The good thing about it is that men are not as bad off as women when it comes to holding on for too long…all the best in your journey bro!

    “Don’t spend your precious time asking ‘Why isn’t the world a better place?’ It will only be time wasted. The question to ask is ‘How can I make it better?’ To that there is an answer.”

    Your doing your part.

  2. That was really inspiring…I just made a concious decision to makke some much needed life changes that are so necessary, and it feels good to know I’m not the only one!

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