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What burdens you more? Having to forgive someone or wanting someone to forgive you?


Or does it not bother you at all?

 
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4 years ago
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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    I can identify that. Sometimes it is really important to us to feel forgiven.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    I think I know what you mean, Sid. It does take work and I'm glad you have matured.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    I hear you, dashing. I think that the attitude of the forgiver (on higher ground) helps to make asking for forgiveness burdensome or not. You're right. It can be difficult.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Someone commented earlier about forgiving that being willing is more important than being able. You seem to be doing pretty well, follow.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Thanks for you input, Tonipet. So why worry about someone forgive us when we can't make them do it? But suppose we really want to restore our relationship with that person? Wouldn't you be wishing that they forgive you? Just asking.


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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Hope it goes will with you and that person, and that your forgiveness encourages a change in their behavior.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    ". . . doesn't need to know HOW . . . just need to be WILLING." I like that. Very mature. Thanks for your input.