The practice of forgiving is a sequential practice that begins with excusing someone.
Stephen Richards, The Pain You Feel Today Is The Strength You Feel Tomorrow
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The pain you have gone through will give you the strength of character to come through it all, so long as you learn from what you have suffered then it was not suffering at all.
What you have suffered after you have healed will make perfect sense.
You are not, though, forgiving so as to let others off with things. You are forgiving so that you can empower yourself to get over it and become strong.
As human beings, we are custom made to be happy. Why then would we want to change the order of things by not being happy?
The pain you feel is simply because you do not yet have the strength to forgive. But you will grow strong again, that is for sure.
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