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Compassion, Forgiveness and unconditional Love -REALLY?

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I am going to start  with one of a few words abused by people because one they have no clue to the reality of the word itself. What it can and cannot do. Is it real, and is it really important?

  First - compassion  second - forgiveness  third- unconditional love.

    Please try and stick around even though you just might run away. The truth is never what we want it to be. You might even say it hurts.

   So people like the word compassion- Sympathetic Pity, Concerns for the sufferings or misfortunes of others.

  Pity- sympathetic sorrow evoked by suffering. The dictionary has to use the same words to describe the word.

 Sympathy- Feeling sorry for someone else's misfortune

 

Second word -forgiveness- the action of forgiving . Meaning letting someone do something and saying it was OK. Try not to do it again. Like Jesus saying Go Out and do no wrong. He said don't come back.

 

Unconditional love- affection without any limitations. Love without conditions. Love that has no bounds and is unchanging.

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