“Forgiveness to me is not me forgiving you. I don’t have any godly power. Forgiveness is a gift that I give myself because if I would live in hatred today, I would still be a prisoner, and we are the prisoners of our own mind. The concentration camp is in your own mind, and the key is in your pocket. […] If you want freedom, think about that freedom comes after you go into that rage. You got to have rage before you even start forgiveness. […] Love is not what you feel, it’s what you do.” Wisdom from Dr. Edith Eger, Holocaust survivor who was on The TSC Him & Her Podcast. Listen here.
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