Do you think you could forgive someone who has done you serious harm – physically, emotionally and/or financially?
If not, how would you deal with them in the REAL WORLD?
And how would you deal with them in an IDEAL WORLD (where everything goes your way)?
Answer by pukirahe Mar 10th, 2011 at 4:56PM
It is not easy.
But it is the right thing that we should learn and try hard in practice.
We, human beings, are causing harm to one another daily, directly
or indirectly, knowingly or unconsciously. When each individual learns
about this fact and try to correct himself, the world will become better.
And this education is now universally given in the real world, and more freely
and broadly given on this virtual world.
You may find this by googling ‘Educator’.
Reply by the author FeasibilityStudy Mar 10th, 2011 at 4:56PM
Well, until everyone else learns and practices the concept of “turning the other cheek”, I really am not about to.
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