Name Course Number Professor’s Name Date Forgiveness Forgiveness is an important virtue that I have come to encounter under various instances. Through the different literary forms and other personal narrations I have learnt the importance of forgiveness being one of the most valued virtues in the society that are advocated for. I have also witnessed conflicting parties and individuals-through a simple yet influential act of forgiveness-being reconciled and brought together again. Forgiveness would make people to look beyond the adversaries done against and compassion to her son’s murderer going to the extent of adopting him. In the third story it is devastating for the grandfather who dies without being forgiven by the wife and children despite his call for forgiveness. However it is dramatic how the grandson picks the picture of the “old SOB” and leaves the family with all the inheritance. Work Cited Enright Robert D. Forgiveness is a choice: A step-by-step process for resolving anger and restoring hope. American Psychological Association 2001. [...]
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