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Choosing Forgiveness Over Enmity: Navigating Human Relationships

Opinion:

BY PHILIP OBIN

Interacting with others inevitably leads to the risk of being unintentionally or intentionally offended. If we refuse to forgive and instead view every offender as an enemy, we’ll soon find ourselves surrounded by a multitude of adversaries, leaving us with the impression that the world is against us or that too many people hate us. While fighting back may sometimes be necessary, it’s crucial to choose your battles wisely and know when to stop.

The key is to establish clear boundaries, be as cautious as possible, and strive for a balanced approach, rather than exhausting yourself. Life is simply too short to amass a vast number of enemies and engage in perpetual conflict.

By adopting a more forgiving and measured approach, we can navigate the complexities of human relationships with greater ease and focus our energy on more constructive and productive endeavors.

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