Definitions for "Forgiveness"
The act of forgiving; the state of being forgiven; as, the forgiveness of sin or of injuries.
Disposition to pardon; willingness to forgive.
the act of excusing or pardoning others in spite of their guilt, shortcomings and errors; God's pardon of sins.
A state in which one has relinquished resentment toward another for an insult or offense.
Forgiveness is the mental, emotional and/or spiritual process of ceasing to feel resentment or anger against another person for a perceived offence, difference or mistake, or ceasing to demand punishment or restitution. Forgiveness may be considered simply in terms of the person who forgives, in terms of the person forgiven and/or in terms of the relationship between the forgiver and the person forgiven. In some contexts, it may be granted without any expectation of compensation, and without any response on the part of the offender (for example, one may forgive a person who is dead).
1. The chosen, considered act of giving up a warranted right to revenge, but not to memory or to justice 2. A key step toward reconciliation
Forgiveness is a 2004 South African drama film dealing with the effects of the apartheid system and the difficulty of reconciliation. It was directed by Ian Gabriel and stars Arnold Vosloo, Zane Meas, Quanita Adams and Denise Newman.
Ayumi Hamasaki, and her 17th number one. It came out on August 20, 2003. Though "forgiveness" reached #1 on the Oricon charts, it had disappointing sales by Hamasaki's standards, as it sold 220,000 copies.
Loan forgiveness occurs when the federal government cancels all or part of an educational loan because the borrower meets certain criteria (e.g., is performing military or volunteer service). See also cancellation. (Note: You may lose these privileges if you consolidate.)
Certain military or government service, disability or death are common reasons for loan forgiveness. It means you are no longer obligated to pay all or part of the loan.
Unity believes that forgiveness is the process of giving up the false for what is true. It means giving up anything that causes you to feel separate from God. Forgiveness does not require us to declare that a particular event or circumstance was not painful or did not actually occur. Forgiveness releases us from the mental and emotional bondage we are currently experienceing in reaction to the situation.
Unmistakably a virtue on the way to Transition. Look to those you find most difficult to forgive, and you will often discover that it is yourself that you cannot forgive, and by achieving this last forgiveness you will have taken an important step on your path.
To forgive is to give up or absolve legitimate claims upon another, as when a debt is forgiven. In forgiveness, a relationship is restored or renewed.
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