Depending on the situation, I'd say I'd rather forgive. Forgetting takes time. You may forgive but can never forget.
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I think they may be two different things. You can forgive but it's hard to forget.
as someone who has sought alot of forgiveness in my life, I dont expect people to forget......
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It really depends on the situation, I would never forgive someone who murdered a member of my family or a friend. And I forget nothing !
Forgiving is most important, although it's often hard to actually feel it. Forgetting is another thing. Takes a while sometimes. Too bad we don't come with a button that can be pushed on & off to forgive & forget.
both,but forgiveness can lead to the other step
and that is to forget
I think forgiveness is most important. It is the act of forgiving that sets one free from the circumstance. As long as one holds a grudge, they will never be free, and bitterness eats the one who holds it, not the one it is aimed at.
To forget is different. Deleting something form the memory is almost impossible, but how we feel about it is under our control (in the long run).
by Anan Celeste 6 years ago
Do you know how to forgive? Can you forget?It's rather easy to say I forgive you,but is it always so?
by Shil1978 6 years ago
If You Forgive, Can You Truly Forget?
by LaVieja 8 years ago
People often say forgive and forget, but is it true? Can you forgive someone despite not forgetting? Or does true forgiveness only come when it is forgotten?
by Elizabeth99 6 years ago
Do I really have to forgive the past to move forward?They always tell you to forget the past and live in the now, but I want to remember my past-it is what made me. But if I want to be happy now how can I heal myself without forgetting?
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
In a relationship, we're all prone to making mistakes. Some mistakes are often bigger than others. however, i would like to ask all of you, what's the importance of forgiveness in a relationship?
by deergha 5 years ago
Forget or forgive - which is easier for you and why ?
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