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  • Vanessa Benavidez

    So true. Forgive, but learn the lesson. Wish more women would live by this...

  • Aaren Bridges

    #truth #forgive #quote

  • Heather Thompson

    Well said! As a Christian I am taught to forgive, but the Bible doesn't say you must trust that person again and keep reliving the nightmare...if it so applies!

  • Miguel Santos

    True story forgive yet not forget. #teamsantos #blessed #truth

  • Michele Winkle

    I live by this quote with the exception of my family. I always forgive & trust them!!!

  • V Cast

    I'm a good enough person to forgive you, but not stupid enough to trust you again | quotes | wisdom | advice | life lessons

  • Wendy Summers

    Unfortunately the truth .... Remember to set your boundaries ... Don't let others walk all over you. An inspiring thought for me.

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  • Lisa

    Never thought of it this way.

I may not be perfect but I'm always me - eu posso não ser perfeita, mas eu sou sempre eu mesma

Thought for the day: it'll be okay (in fact, it might even be great!)

You will get there when you are meant to get there and not one moment sooner. So relax, breathe, and be patient.

This goes for anyone who treats you nicely, but is unkind to others.

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yeah, last year my friend Marie, (6th grade) NEVER spoke seriously i heard her speak like 12 times the whole year! now this year (7th) she speaks at least once or twice at lunch! maybe next year (8th) she'll be talking more! (no one can talk more than me!)

Too much by extroverts' standards, that is. I can entertain myself and I enjoy my own company ...

Well, actually, I think everyone else is crazy. Lol

She stood in the storm & when the wind did not blow her away, she adjusted her sails. - Elizabeth Edwards