How do you define forgiveness? Is there other meanings then just one?

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February 27th, 2018 7:40pm
Forgiveness is the best form of love. It takes a strong person to say sorry and an even stronger person to to forgive.
March 13th, 2018 10:10am
I believe there are two levels of forgiveness. First one, the "surface forgiveness", when you simply tell a person that you forgive him/her. This act itself may feel liberating, but at the same time it could only remain among those words that have been spoken without having any deeper effect. Another level of forgiveness, in my opinion, is way deeper and way more difficult to reach. It basically requires you to dive deep inside your inner world and find out about a part of yourself that was hurt by a person. It may or may not turn out to be a case of some hurtful personal belief about yourself being triggered by another person's behavior. When realization like this occurs, it might as well be clear that there's nobody to forgive - it was all just an internal issue that required your attention to be solved. This is what I'd call a true forgiveness.
February 12th, 2018 10:47pm
Forgiveness is be honest and clear with your self and with other people and ask for sorry from all people who hurt them after that ask forgiveness to your god
July 2nd, 2018 10:47am
There are many ways to define forgiveness, some emotional and some legal. So depends on the the specific situation the definition will change.