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Sometimes People Don’t Say Sorry—Why It Pays to Forgive Nonetheless

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“Without forgiveness life is governed by an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation.” ~Roberto Assagioli When I was a little girl, I used to wonder what my father was like.

Was he a nice man? What did he look like? Did he think about me? Did he love me? But, above all I wondered why he left. I used to make up stories about him—one time I imagined him as a voyager traveling to foreign lands and picking up small gifts for me in every new place he visited.

He met with the locals and would learn new trades and languages. He’d tell them stories about how much he loved and missed me, and how he couldn’t wait to come home.

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