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|Ont. 4. He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must pass |
himself. Rec. dist.: Ill. 5. ... It is easy to forgive, but hard to forget. Rec. dist. ... Ill.
SEE ALSO It is only one step from TOLERANCE to forgiveness. forgotten Some
things are better forgotten. Rec. dist. ... An INJURY is sooner forgotten than an
|Meyer understands that life will never be fair, but that is not a reason to let anger destroy our well-being and health. This is her guide to navigating that thorny territory and finding true peace.|
|Nelson Mandela wiped the slate clean acknowledging a new day not only for |
South Africa but for Harvard as well. ... Think of the deepest hurt you have ever
received at the hands of another person; think of the cruelest insult, the most
vicious ... I will not forget it but I refuse to let what you have done stand between
us. ... and partners have been able to summon the moral courage (and indeed it
is moral courage) to forgive a philandering loved one. ... If forgiveness is so hard-
why do it?
|He says further that soft natures find it disagreeable to maintain this security, and |
in the easy, sentimental mood which ... He quotes Luke XVII: 34: “If thy brother sin
. rebuke him, and if he repent, forgive him;” but he insists on the rebuke and the ...
the belief of the offender that the injured one is of the same character as himself;
and though he may express forgiveness it ... Reynolds advises moderation in
forgiveness, saying: “The mind that too freely forgives bad actions will at last
Alexander McConnell, William Revell Moody, Arthur Percy Fitt - 1900 - Read - More editions
|We pray for forgiveness each day, but we forget that forgiveness is based upon |
our forgiveness of our brother. ... If we do not forgive men, not only for imagined
grievances, but for real wrongs that they have done to us, it will be still harder to
convince them ... If, on the other hand, we forgive men their trespasses against us
it becomes much easier for us to convince them of God's love ... One evening in
our mission a man arose and came forward for prayer, and knelt before the
|So, at first, when we write about or talk about the transgression we are trying to |
forgive, we can feel free to express all the emotions we feel. But we do not want
to stop there. ... I'll forget my gossip about Mack and how it hurt his reputation. ...
Sometimes when we remember a painful event, we can easily think of ourselves
as innocent victims who were cruelly abused. While sometimes that is accurate,
most of the time events that lead to unforgiveness have more than one side to
|In fairness, she can repent easily for her angry outbursts and apologizes until she |
does it again. Everyone usually succumbs to her charm and forgives her.But after
a while,that pattern gets pretty old.However,she not only apologizes easily, but ...
|In substance it is briefly this : That when one of them complained to a police |
captain of a condition of things in his ... whose disgusting infamy is a matter of
common notoriety, a condition of-things easily verified by any intelligent citizen
who passes ... against the habitual insult, the persistent menace, the unutterably
defiling contacts to which, day by day, because of the ... Vice not only flaunts in
the most open and ribald forms, but hard-working fathers and mothers find it
harder than ever ...
|But i approach you, sir, to protest with all my power against a condition of things |
in which vice is not only tolerated but ... though living under conditions often of
privation and the hard struggle for a livelihood, have in them every instinct of
virtue and ... against the habitual insult. the persistent menace, the unutterably
defiling contacts to which, da by day, because of the ... The situation which
Confronts us in this metropolis of America is one of common and open notoriety,
and of such a ...
|It is not enough just to escape that censure — " This people honor me with their |
lips, but their heart is far from me. ... Men who have openly dishonored them, find
it no easy matter either to get over their fall, or to regain a character. ... Thus, one
great cause of their hearts being far from God, whilst their lips honored him, was
the lovo of money. ... And, if a Inme, torn, and sickly offering, or the cheapest
sacrifice that could be purchased, was a base insult at the typical altar of