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Old 04-06-2011, 12:14 PM
MrFarFromRight MrFarFromRight is offline
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Originally Posted by NeonKaos View Post
Originally Posted by MrFarFromRight View Post
hard to forgive him when he's never apologised or repented of saying it.
That is not how forgiveness works. Forgiveness is about the person doing the forgiving, not the one being forgiven. Come on, you know that.
I know that's true: but I also don't think that forgiveness is always the correct thing to do. And it this case (my brother's whole attitude to just about everything stinks... AND he's so self-righteous about it all), I have no wish to forgive him. I don't think it would make me a better or kinder person... or relieve me of a weight that bothers me. I'm quite content to remain (in (t)his case) unforgiving.