FORGIVE: To excuse for a fault or an offense; pardon; to renounce anger or resentment against;

refrain from imposing punishment or demanding satisfaction for an offense. American Heritage

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"Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do."  Jesus Luke23:34

"It is in pardoning that we are pardoned."  St Francis of Assisi

"We forgive to the extent that we love." LaRochefougauld

"I am a patient man - always willing to forgive on the Christian terms of repentance and also to give ample time for repentance." AbrahamLincoln

"If I do not forgive everyone, I shall be untrue to myself."  Albert Schweitzer

T'IS the Christmas Season of Peace !  It seems to me there cannot be true peace within us and the

world without the spirit of "forgiveness".  "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me" &u/usall

Al

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