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Celebrating the Ability to Change

This post contains affiliate links. This means that if you click on a link and make a purchase, I might receive a small commission at no extra cost to you that help me keep the blog running. thank you for your support.  We might feel our hearts swell and even wipe away a trickling tear as our favourite villain turns a corner and becomes a good 'un. Like when the Grinch embraces the Christmas spirit and sings, holding hands with the villagers around the Whoville Christmas Tree. Or when Scrooge leans out of the window and buys The Cratchits that huge turkey for their Christmas dinner.  But how often do we give people a second chance in the real world? Photo by  Shawn Ang  on  Unsplash   Phrases like: 'once a cheater, always a cheater', or bitter, life-long feuds ignited and kept alive by the resentment of one single wrongdoing decades ago. Can people really change in real life?  The quick answer is yes.   The long answer is this:  Throughout our lives we change in many ways

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