To Thief Who Tried to Ruin My Easter

Dear Thief,

I want to initially state how devastated I was to find out that I did not have enough money to pay for dinner out with friends this past Saturday night. When I had just paid for lunch earlier in the day. Hours later my envelope of cash was gone… I’m thankful my boyfriend was with me, but nonetheless I felt like I had been violated.

Instead of going to church on Sunday I stayed home to save gas until my following pay day which would be a few days out. I spent the day resting as my body screamed for me to do. I then came to realize that whoever took the rest of what I had probably really needed it for whatever reason. If I look at the situation as such then I was doing my part in assisting mankind; granted it would’ve been nice to be asked first, but I did my part. Before bed I prayed and verbally, mentally, and spiritually forgave the individual who took from me, and prayed again during my morning meditation.

Long story short, by “giving to others ” I was given back most of what I had originally lost unexpectedly, and just like that another lesson was learned. Why weep over things we cannot control, because it’s all part of life’s learning experiences. So if you shall ever read this Thief, know that you are forgiven and I ask Spirit, God, and the Universe that you may always receive what you need because just as karma is given so is reciprocity.

Sincerely,

The Woman Who Forgives

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