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You should always forgive someone

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' You should always forgive someone' Some people think that you should always forgive because the man could have gone through a rough patch feeling bad about what he had done, like if he'd killed someone then he could have felt really bad about himself for what he'd done to the family and it could have been haunting him, by him having nightmares every night. Some people think that you should always forgive because unless you forgive, god will not forgive you, this means that for god to forgive you when you've done something wrong, you have to forgive people when they do something bad like kill someone. Some people think that you should always forgive because you should "hate the sin, love the sinner," which really means the person in the wrong has done 1 dreadful thing but the man probably isn't a dreadful person, but maybe he just wasn't feeling right. ...read more.

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Not forgiving and forgiving is selfish. If you're going to forgive then when you forgive you should mean it. Which means when you forgive you should have to mean it not just say it but mean it. Other people believe that you should not always forgive because the victim who got killed might have had everything in for herself, and she was going to get a job, and then the gets killed you would want to kill that person, and then you wouldn't forgive that person because if the mother of the victim got so sad and couldn't take it any more then the mother might kill herself and then that would make the father even more want to kill you, and he would never forgive you. Other people believe that you should not always forgive because if it's someone who is close to you then it would be hard to forgive the sinner because it could have been someone very close to you and it would be really hard to forgive that person. ...read more.

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Other people believe that you should not always forgive because they say that it is your right to get even/justice/revenge, which means that you have the right to get even and do what you want to that person. Other people believe that you should not always forgive because you can't make people feel forgiveness, which means that you can't make people feel forgiven for what they have done, they will always feel bad about what they have done. Other people believe that you should not always forgive because if you swapped places with that person would you feel the same as what they are feeling right now. Other people believe that you should not always forgive because if they've planned the killing then you shouldn't forgive that person because they didn't do it by accident they done it on purpose. I think that you should always forgive people because if they feel some remorse for what they've done and their sorry then I would forgive them because they are truly sorry and they didn't mean it. ...read more.

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