The Gift of Forgiveness

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...a gift you give yourself

Kathy addresses forgiveness, and the healing qualities it provides, mostly to the person doing the forgiving. Forgiveness is a gift you give yourself, freeing you of the burden that comes along with holding onto transgressions committed toward you. Kathy’s message uncovers the true meaning of forgiveness, and how it can set you free!

Forgiveness is a gift, a gift you give yourself. Holding onto trangressions that others have made against you hurts you exponentially more than the original trangression; that which you have not forgiven. Holding onto discontent, and holding grudges against others does not hurt those that you will not forgive, it hurts you. Through forgiveness you will free yourself from the burdens that go along with holding onto, and reliving bad things that have happend to you.

Free yourself from the weight of discontent; give yourself the gift of forgiveness.

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“I live and thrive in the world of education. In fact, my "product" is education: with over 100 Paul Mitchell Schools across the United States and over 16,000 students attending our schools, I am very aware of what does and does not work. Over the past 25 years, I have sought out the best of the best in both content and presentation style. Kathy Buckley has ranked at the highest of that list for several years, which is why I continue to bring her back to my schools and events over and over again. Not only that, but I have pleaded with friends in other companies to bring Kathy in for their events, and I now reign as "king" in their worlds for making such a recommendation, because Kathy is nothing less than brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! If you turn her over to your team or audience, you only need to sit back and let her work her magic and love. One more very important thing about Kathy: I love speakers who can deliver a powerful message on stage, but I always watch to see their performance "off stage," too. Are they credible? Do they behave with integrity and practice what they preach? Do they make everyone around them feel loved, safe, and included, no matter the role they play? Well, rest assured that Kathy is and does all of these things. Her sincere love for every member of her audience - whether it's 30 people or 3,000 people - makes Kathy Buckley one of the most influential women in my life.”
Winn Claybaugh ~ Dean & Cofounder of Paul Mitchell Schools