heal the relationshipThis is the photo of one happy “farm boy!” And the one thing that I know is it wasn’t always the way he felt about the farm. In fact, when I met Kim nineteen short years ago. He told me the story of leaving the farm (at the age of eighteen) to later join the Air Force because, “he couldn’t get out of there quick enough.”
- If your parents are still alive and you wonder why they did something, ask them.
- Everyone is always doing the very best they can with the awareness, knowledge, and skills they have.
In a very condensed version of my story. I used this process (along with forgiveness) to *heal the relationship with my mother. When I saw that this is possible, naturally, I wanted the same for Kim and his father
The one thing that I know is anything is possible. when we have the courage to take responsibility for our lives and situations. If you could experience your own abundant harvest, what would it be and are you willing to do what it takes to get there? I’m so happy and grateful that each of us were willing to take the necessary steps in healing our old hurts. What we’ve learned together is truly “everyone is always doing the very best they can with the awareness, knowledge, and skills they have.” Plus, forgiveness and compassion are important seeds for a rich harvest.