Forgive – the "Hardest" word?

Forgiveness puts the onus on the wronged party to overcome the natural human desire for revenge in the name of “justice,” forego sympathy and surrender the moral high ground. But forgiveness benefits both offender and offended by breaking out of the bitter circle of hurt and recrimination.

When we forgive, we concede that the other person didn’t mean to hurt us.

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