It Is Easier To Forgive An Enemy Than To Forgive A Friend
Forgiveness is typically defined as the process of concluding resentment, indignation or anger as a result of perceived offense, difference or mistake, or ceasing to demand punishment of restitution. But I think that it is an act of imagination. It challenges over to give up his destructive thoughts about a situation and to believe in the possibility of the better future. Forgiveness is a gift that you give to yourself. It is not something you do to someone else. It has a little or nothing to do with another person, because it is an internal matter. You cannot undo anything you have already done, but you can face up to it, tell the truth and seek forgiveness.
Forgiving is love’s toughest work and love’s biggest risk. If you twist it into something it was never meant to be, it can make you a doormat or an insufferable manipulator. Forgiving seems almost unnatural. Our sense of fairness tells us people should pay for the wrong they do. But forgiving is love’s power to break nature’s rule.
The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of strong. Never does the humans soul so strong as when it forgoes revenge and dares forgive an injury, but being strong is not always as easy as it seems. During our lives, sometimes we have the moment when we need somebody’s help, when something seems impossible for us or just when we are unable to forgive. Theoretically we know that choosing forgiveness is the best way to behave as the God had told: “forgive and you will be forgiven”. Inability to forgive is a trap which only hurts yourself and it can make your life miserable.
Having an enemy means that sometimes in your life, you have to stood up for something. They are the people who first found out your faults, who tells you truth about you and about everything, who wants you to be unhappy and do things wrong. They are people who we don’t like, don’t...
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