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Does Forgiving Really Set You Free? Urban Therapy with Sun #202

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They say that you have to forgive or you will forever be tied to that person and they'll own you. Really?

Is that totally true? Does it have to be that way all the time? Why do you really need to forgive someone?

Do you really carry around a heavy burden when you don't forgive someone?

What if the person that you need to forgive doesn't want to be forgiven?

Is it possible to forgive a person without thinking about that person?

If forgiving someone is all mental, then why can't your ability to move on be mental too?

Do people who forgive really feel free? What if they don't? Does it mean that they haven't really forgiven?

Are there things that someone can do that do not deserve to be forgiven, or does everyone deserve to be forgiven no matter what?

 

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