edited May 2013 in Forgiveness
Some say forgiveness is forgetting. Wouldn't that suffice?

That is valid. Forgetting only works, however, if something is not deeply entrenched. Otherwise all past grievances should rise to the surface to be acknowledged, accepted, and released. The act of "letting go" is obviously similar to the intent of forgetting and the equivocation is that the latter relies more on a ritual process when the emotional wounds run deeper.

Channeled by David Gregg
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