And I think it's about forgiveness?

I am hoping that silently inside himself Simon has also forgiven Karl not for him and what he had done, but for himself. Thus, that does not imply that Wiesenthal should forget about the atrocities any more than I think that the world should forget that the Holocaust occurred.

Is it possible to forgive and not forget?

“The thing aboutforgiving is that after forgiving only then can you start to heal.

Howcan we forgive someone who has done something so wrong and mean?

In the movie a father says to his daughter that survived the shooting,

Hate is a very big, very hungry thing with lots of sharp teeth and it will eat up your whole heart and leave no room left for love; God understands this. He is the one that will hand out the punishment so that we don’t have to carry this terrible hate around inside of us if we don’t want to, if we are willing to forgive

Religion would have to play an important role in the life of the person doing the forgiving.

It shows how the grieving Amish families had a spirit of forgiveness.

This is generally because they wantyou back into there life and if you say ok you have forgave them and have putit behind you and can move on with your life now.

He wants you to forgive the people that let you down andkeep on going with your life.

But for others forgiveness is just not an option.

We all know the power of cancer within our bodies. Just a few cells of cancer can multiply and spread until the entire body is threatened. Anger, resentment, and bitterness over past violations are a cancer of your spirit and personality. Left alone and untreated, those emotions will eat away your joy, your trust in your marriage partner and your hope and dreams for the future. When we make the effort to forgive those injuries, we begin the process of releasing ourselves from those consequences. When we try to hold onto those wounds, believing that we must remember those hurts in order to protect ourselves from future injuries, all we end up doing is becoming the person responsible for injuring ourselves by our refusal to forgive and forget.

Is there a difference between forgiving and forgetting?

The words in this song allrepresent forgiveness but one part in the song, are the words “You keepcarrying that anger; it’ll eat you up inside.” That means tome that if you stayangry with someone and hold on to it, it will hurt you the most on the inside.

When someone does something wrong it is not hardto forgive them for what they have done.

Even if the other person doesn’t forgive you, you do it foryourself.

According to Cargas’s response, “For me the question is not can we forgive Karl or should we forgive Karl, but dare we do so?...Forgiveness is not something we depend on others for.

If you hold on to what they have done,and try to get revenge, you will never forget it.

There are a lot of documents on forgiveness.

Edward Flannery, for example, states that, “…the forgiveness must always be granted to the sincerely repentant…and should always be granted” (136-137).

On a personal level I have suffered the same daunting question of whether to forgive or not to.

Hopefully one day I can look past what she did and forgive her.

I have told so many couples the same thing, “I have never seen a problem, an injury or a transgression in any marriage that was so impossibly large that it could not be forgiven and overcome.” Most of those couples who are facing those issues have difficulty believing me. Those who have, who have made the effort to learn from the event; to forgive, to forget and to put their trust in the person they promised to love, have found joy returns on the other side of the problems. I won’t cover up the reality that a few have failed even after true forgiveness and healing. But the vast majority of those who endure the very harsh reality of the wilderness of hurt and sorrow, will find a deeper relationship on the other side. Those who give up without going through the challenge of forgiving and forgetting, simply make the unhappiness permanent and unrecoverable.