Re: Theos-World Forgiveness
Mar 16, 1999 06:41 AM
by M K Ramadoss
Let me try.
All our perceptions and actions are colored by what has happened in the
past. We see anything happening at present "interpreted" or colored by the
past and usually the perception and reaction to the present is distorted.
Whether one argues such "distortion" is good or bad depends one own
judgement which again is usually done based on the past perceptions and
If one simply forgets the past, and looks at each event and our perceptions
in the present without the past trying to interpret, then it could be one
way of forgiving.
Seeing things as they are is one of the very difficult things.
At 08:02 AM 3/16/1999 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/16/99 7:59:50 AM, Teos9@aol.com writes:
><<WHO OR WHAT DOES THE FORGIVING?
>hello am new here, so you will have to forgive me for asking.. :-)...but
>definition of forgiveness are we dealing with here?
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