Let us not be so bent on self-protection that we never speak our innermost hurts.
Speaking one’s deepest regrets does not change the past; it does something far greater. It connects us to the One who loves us despite our faults and failings so that we are free to connect to the person sitting beside us. This type of vulnerable connection, born of a place of deep pain and authenticity, is the kind of connection that is strong enough to transform individuals, families, communities, cities, and worlds.
Let us surrender the failures and pains of our past so that our love is not separated and weakened but instead united and strengthened.
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