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forgiveness. Forgiveness is not to condone or minimize the awfulness of an atrocity or wrong. It is to recognize its ghastliness but to choose to acknowledge the essential humanity of the perpetrator and to give that perpetrator the possibility of making a new beginning. Desmond Tutu

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Forgiveness

forgiveness

Forgiveness is not to condone or minimize the awfulness of an atrocity or wrong. It is to recognize its ghastliness but to choose to acknowledge the essential humanity of the perpetrator and to give that perpetrator the possibility of making a new beginning.

Desmond Tutu

Nobel Laureate

South African Archbishop


Forgiveness

forgiveness

Always forgive your enemies.

Nothing annoys them so much.

Oscar B. Wilde

Irish playwright and novelist


Forgiveness

forgiveness

The weak can never forgive.

Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.

Mohandas Gandhi

Proponent of nonviolent protest for social change


Forgiveness

forgiveness

The person who seeks revenge

should dig two graves.

Chinese Proverb


Forgiveness

forgiveness

To forgive is to set a prisoner free

and to discover that the prisoner was you.

Lewis B. Smedes

Renowned Christian theologian


Forgiveness

forgiveness

He who is devoid of the power to forgive

is devoid of the power to love.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Civil Rights leader


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