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Healing begins with acceptance and frees us at forgiveness.

Much like peeling the layers of an onion, healing makes us cry but it also brings us to truth.

To heal, we must feel pain and let go of shame.

Healing is a difficult path filled with potholes and bumps and dry mountainous terrain taking us to green rich fields with healthy crops.

We need faith to heal.

Healing is messy but when it is complete, much like a masterful piece of long awaited commissioned artwork, it captivates us by its color.

Healing teaches us how to trust in a cruel and unpredictable world.

Shedding us from a cocoon of dark lonely fear, healing transforms us from slow ugly creatures into nature’s most unexpected beauty.

Healing is complete when resentment dies.

Born from suffering, healing makes the weak strong.

Healing is a choice.