Chapter 9 - Forgiveness - p. 69
THE meaning of forgiveness is made dear, and becomes very vital when we transpose the syllables into give-for. If we give love for hate, joy for sadness. strength for weakness, health for disease. then we may be said to be going about on the Master's business.
Forgiveness takes many forms. We must forgive our fellow men, we must forgive ourselves and forgive circumstances.
To forgive one for an injury seems difficult. but if we regard the subject from the spiritual viewpoint, we will soon become convinced that we have not been injured to the degree that we had supposed. The act may have been done without intention of injury. The injury may not have been very great, and