Item description for How to Forgive Yourself and Others Newly Revised and Expanded: Steps to Reconciliation by Eamon Tobin...
Overview "Nothing could be clearer in the Gospel than Jesus' command to forgive life's hurts and injustices. . . . Following this command of Jesus is surely one of life's greatest challenges." In this popular booklet, which has been totally revised and expanded, the author clarifies what forgiveness is, names reasons why we should do the hard work of forgiveness, names obstacles to forgiveness, offers practical suggestions on how prayer can help us to forgive, and responds to difficult questions.
Publishers Description Author clairifes what forgiveness is and names reasons why we should do the hard work of forgiveness; names obstacles to forgiveness and offers practical suggestions on how prayer can help
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More About Eamon Tobin
Fr. Eamon Tobin, a native of Kilkenny Ireland, obtained his M.A. degree in Formative Spirituality from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. He has given many workshops, lectures and retreats on prayer and spirituality. Fr. Tobin is currently Pastor of Ascension Catholic Church in Melbourne, Florida.
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Simplistic but Meaningful Jun 7, 2000
This book provides gentle, suggestive guidelines for freeing ourselves of the hurt, anger and resentments which inhibit our ability to be free loving spirits. It gives a clear, simplistic perspective on how to first forgive yourself, freeing you to move on with your life and allowing you to be open to at least the notion that letting go of our pain is less work than holding onto it. Although forgiveness can be a long slow process, this book gives us a gentle push on taking the necessary steps to freeing our souls. A recommended reading.