Absolute Forgiveness through Humanology

Absolute forgiveness means a lot more than mere forgiveness. When people declare themselves willing to forgive but not forget, they often find themselves regularly upset over the same old stories. Absolute forgiveness means finally letting go of the pain, the anger, the sadness… all the feelings triggered in you each time you recall the circumstances that prevent you from fully letting them go.

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Interpreting Our World


The first day I was insulted and abused, I wasn’t yet 4 years old. My bully was an adult, my school teacher. In my world then, adults were supposed to always be right. How could I doubt? Everything that person did to me showed me how worthless I was. I had no power to question the adult world. I was only a small child.

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