It just hit me a couple of days ago when I came across one book and read it. It was an interesting book, very inspirational and motivating. The book is called "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim Nichols and Craig Wiseman. Thanks to my friends, Jia Yiing for introducing to me the book.
There were a lot of great qoutes that you can read from the book but there was this one that really captured my attention (among the whole lot of my other favorites of course). It is called "and I gave Forgiveness I'd been denying" and this is how it goes like:
"and I gave FORGIVENESS I'd been denying"
Just one more thing...
Isn't it just wonderful? It is very meaningful and this is just among the interesting, motivating and inspiring qoutes you may find in the book.
As for the issue of Forgive and Forget, I still hold on to my belief that it is easy, alright and IMPORTANT to forgive someone, but to forget? It is not that easy. How can you heal such a wound that seems to last as an ugly scar in you? This wound and forever lasting scar will be the reasons for us to learn and grow in becoming someone stronger, mature and more careful in lives. That is why it is important not to hurt someone in any way or another because once the wound is made, the scar will remain forever.
That is just my little piece of mind. I welcome your say about this cos' I believe everyone has a different take on this. I told you what I feel and...yeah, I'm just saying..