Translate 'As Time Flies'

April 1, 2016

Absolved #atozchallenge

Source
They cribbed about the dressing style.

They shouted at the raw manners.

They mocked at the verbal abilities.

He stood silent, ever smiling to the hard hitters.

Then one day he achieved what they dreamt.

He prayed for them to be forgiven for the ignorant seldom know the right path.

Do you believe in "forgive & forget"?

This post is a part of the A to Z Challenge 2016. Today's letter is A.

19 comments

  1. sometimes it is much better to forgive and forget. Other times, it's best to forgive and remember. Great first post for the challenge!

    Mary
    Twitter: @KnottyMarie
    Literary Gold
    Jingle Jangle Jungle

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I fully agree with you here. Thanks for the appreciation!! :)

      Delete
  2. For the ignorant seldom knows the right path...amazing lines. A great start indeed. Wishing you a eventful month of April.

    http://drsushreedash.blogspot.in/

    ReplyDelete
  3. Profound thoughts in those few words! Great going! All the best through April :)
    @KalaRavi16 from
    Relax-N-Rave

    ReplyDelete
  4. Someone has really hurt you and you find yourself feeling so sad, angry, or bitter that you can barely concentrate. Any time you see that person – or even just any time you close your eyes – all you can do is replay what happened and wallow in all of your sad feelings. If you want to move on with your life and learn to move past the pain, then you have to make a choice to forgive and forget. Easier said than done, huh?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Very much so. Life is way too short to hold grudges.

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies

    ReplyDelete
  6. Great post!

    Useful information worthy of thanks ,

    http://ixgram.com


    ReplyDelete
  7. knowledge is more important is one message here, while yes forgive and forget should always be the way forward in life.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Sometimes its wise to forgive and forget! great Post Ira.
    Tina from The Sunny Side of Life

    ReplyDelete
  9. To forgive and forget is often a way to reclaiming life after a setback. As far the lessons learnt along the way, they have a way of coming back to us if we're open to learning.
    A wonderful start to the challenge. Keep rocking :D

    The Era I Lived In

    ReplyDelete
  10. to absolve is good - I like your presentation and look forward to more in April. Very nice

    ReplyDelete
  11. I believe in forgiveness and second chances. Good word we should all practice more often.
    Susan Says


    ReplyDelete
  12. Thanks for visiting.

    ReplyDelete
  13. I am not sure about forgiving and forgetting. Sometimes it is just about accepting.
    McGuffy Ann Morris from
    McGuffy's Reader

    ReplyDelete
  14. Nice start to the Challenge! "Forgive and forget" is easy to say, not so easy to do.

    John Holton
    Blogging from A to Z Challenge Co-Host
    The Sound of One Hand Typing

    ReplyDelete
  15. Aw, we can forgive but for somethings, one can never forget. Both are difficult in some circumstances. Nice beginning to the #AtoZChallenge. @sheilamgood at Cow Pasture Chronicles

    ReplyDelete
  16. Forgiving can be much easier than forgetting. Sometimes the one who does the hurting has to help you get over it so you can forget.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Welcome to the A-Z... it's both challenging and fun! I like the theme you've chosen, short stories are the most fun! You should try your hand at Six Sentence Stories, the link is on my sidebar. :-)

    This story resonated for me because we are all so quick to judge people from appearance and manor and often don't take the time to search beneath the surface or open our hearts and minds to the magic that might be unfolding before us! Forgiveness is a hard thing to do, but it is also the most freeing thing we can do for ourselves! Thank you for visiting my blog!
    Josie Two Shoes from Josie's Journal

    ReplyDelete
  18. I forgive easily, but I cannot forget! :)
    Great write!

    You can read Army Wife Tales at
    Tale Of Two Tomatoes


    Also, visit to take a look at 26 lip-smacking Chicken Recipes at Something's Cooking

    ReplyDelete

Don't leave without an impression of your thoughts on what you just read or saw. It is an essential fuel for this blog.

Subscribe Now!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Catch them in Air via Reader

Ira's bookshelf: read

Dove
Dreams from My Father
Northanger Abbey


Ira's favorite books »