disposition or willingness to forgive
(Shulchan Aruch) OC 606:1] This means that in Judaism a person cannot ..... The
theological basis for forgiveness in Hinduism is that a person who does not ...
Jun 29, 2013 ... So what would happen if we practiced radical forgiveness of people? We hear
stories like the Amish community forgiving and reaching out in ...
Forgiveness does not minimize, justify, or excuse the wrong that was done.
Forgiveness also does not mean denying the harm and the feelings that the
Mar 23, 2012 ... But that doesn't mean instant forgiveness (which risks being as empty and
meaningless as a flippant "sorry!"), nor does it mean that the offender ...
Apr 15, 2011 ... Does it mean forgetting the offense entirely, or is it the intention to forgive that
matters? What if we forgive, but the bitterness or the memory of ...
What do you do when someone does you wrong? Do you ever hold a grudge?
Harbor anger? Obsess about what happened? Fantasize about getting revenge?
That does not mean we must forget the offense, however; usually that's beyond
our power. Forgiveness means releasing the other from blame, leaving the event
The most important question to establish first is: What is forgive-ness? In order to
... Does this mean that Paul is putting out of his mind all that has gone before?
If I do not forgive others, does that mean my sins are not forgiven? What does
Matthew 6:14-15 mean? Is my own forgiveness based on whether I have forgiven