Forgiveness, Part 2

If you look into times when you have done something that has hurt another person, you can learn quite a bit. Most of the time, you didn’t really intend to do harm. Most of the time, you were probably lacking in awareness of what you were doing, or in the grip of a strong emotion that possessed your body and mind. We can make the same assumption about most other people. Often they hurt us in an unconscious or unaware way, just not thinking about what they were doing or saying. Or else they were in the grip of a strong mood state. Sometimes we hurt others just because we are in haste, feeling, as we so often do, the pressure of modern life to always be doing more. The word haste is relate

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