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Forgiveness

Has someone ever done something that is mean to you? Most people would say yes, and it’s a hard thing to go through hurt. but, it’s what makes us human. sometimes the first reaction to hurt is to fight, neither creating a good outcome for you and others. When someone is mean to you, what happens to us afterward is what defines us. if we are mean back we are only proving to others that we are just as mean. If we use kindness as our weapon then we become the bigger person. This being said, forgiveness is a tool to become a true black belt. If we forgive others, we aren’t excusing others behavior if they are wrong. but, forgiving for ourselves to move on and to free ourselves from resentment. forgiving helps us be the bigger person, and ultimately use kindness. Next time someone is mean to you. Be selfish and forgive them, because that gives you the window to win every situation you go into. instead of going into a dangerous spar and display how accurately to thunder kick. 

-Brayden Munster

“You don’t have to be a fire for every mountain blocking when you could be a water and soft river   your way around” 

-Behzad Ahmadi