By simply forgiving people for their actions and words, everyone apologizes, and then the situation is forgotten. However it is wiser to forgive but not forget ... how do we learn to forgive but not forget ?

asked 14 Jan '11, 10:38

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blubird two

edited 07 Jan '12, 14:04

@blubird two, please don't keep going back and re-editing long-closed questions and altering the meaning of them just to get them reopened again. It creates unnecessary extra work for the moderators to figure out what you've changed and why. It is better to ask a new question.

(07 Jan '12, 15:38) Barry Allen ♦♦

blubird i agree with you you should never forget. you have learn something or need to learn something. one way or another you should get wiser from it or apply that wisdom. experience and enjoy.

(07 Jan '12, 19:18) white tiger

@ Barry Allen - ok, thanks for explaining :)

(08 Jan '12, 02:05) blubird two
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The question has been closed for the following reason "exact duplicate" by Barry Allen 14 Jan '11, 11:00

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