Surviving Betrayal

Surviving Betrayal

Surviving betrayal is something all of us go through several times in our life.
Betrayal is a form of others getting revenge for us not giving them something they want from us.
The best way to handle betrayal is to realize that the divine in us cannot be betrayed.
There are times when we have felt betrayed, and times when we may have been the betrayer. In every situation, we can choose again, surrender it to God, and if we were the perpetrator, do our best to make amends.

Surviving betrayal is a challenging topic, but one that all of us go through several times in our life. We feel betrayed when it seems like others have let us down, but this is usually because someone is not getting what they want. So the person tends to react in an unhealthy way and does something to get revenge for us not filling their need.

When Jesus was betrayed by Judas, Jesus just called him on it, without any hatred or blame. Other historical examples come from Julius Caesar (et tu, Brute?), John F Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and King David. It has been a pattern throughout history, and probably had its beginnings when we seemingly separated from God, and believed that we betrayed God.

The best way to handle betrayal is to realize that the divine in us cannot be betrayed. And so we get to choose whether to take the road of fear or the higher road of love and forgiveness. There are times when we have felt betrayed, and times when we may have been the betrayer. In every situation, we can choose again, surrender it to God, and if we were the perpetrator, do our best to make amends.

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