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what makes the quality, forgiving so special ? It's the art which many ppl might not know including me. But once you start doing it, for right reasons ofcourse, it gives you a sense of completeness and accomplishment of doing something good. I know it is very hard to break down all those barriers preventing you to forgive someone. First of all, the thought of forgiving someone comes only when that person is so close to your heart. That person should be someone before whom you would not hesitate to bend your head down. Self respect is a great virtue which everyone should possess. But one should not have obsession of the same. With such kind of obsession,  you tend to never forgive the one you love. Even if you tend to forgive, that is only within you and you will not be able to convey the same to your loved one. Friend, make up your mind before that someone looses the value of you in their inner self.

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