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Forgiveness and Student Loan Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a tricky thing. To forgive means to stop feeling angry or resentful toward someone for (an offense, flaw or media). I don't consider myself to be a democrat or a republican. To hear people arguing over student loan forgiveness for people, everyday Americans, that have been strapped with so much student loan debt they carry it like a weight on their back. I for the life of me don't understand why our fellow man is so averse from trying to help other people that have had these loans for 20 to 25 years. Have these people not suffered enough?

This brings me to other people in my personal life that have wronged me in the past. I have learned to forgive them, all of them. I recognize that I have no right to judge anyone and I also recognize that holding on to these feelings of anger, sorrow, hate and judgement effect me on a spiritual and physical level.

I got very angry recently and lost my temper and said a few things that I should not have said to someone that at one time in my life was very close to me. It felt somewhat good at the time, but a few days had gone by and I realized that I was wrong and should never have said the things that I said. I was not able to contact him for a few years, but wanted to apologize for the way I acted and also wanted to tell this person that contrary to what was said, I forgave him and really wished him the best life he could have. I, by the grace of God was given that opportunity recently to speak with him and he actually cried after I apologized and granted him forgiveness for the wrongs he had done in the past. I felt a little lighter as well, because I was not carrying the burden of wanting to apologize and grant forgiveness. I even thought that maybe I would not have the opportunity.

In conclusion, everyone should be granted forgiveness, it is our innate nature to forgive and not condemn.

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