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This is a very valuable and salutary corrective to the silly present-day promotion and unqualified admonition to forgive those who wrong us.
I agree that it could be appropriate if the perpetrator of the wrong took some convincing measures to undo it or make up for it in some way or other, but it shouldn't be an automatic, knee-jerk response.
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