Tuesday, 7 June 2016 7:52 AM

Forgive and forget

Many millions spent to reconcile, to forgive and forget. But the heart of men is stubborn, John F. Kennedy sums it up well, "forgive your enemies but do not forget their name." Another great men Martin Luther King also said it is "easier to love than to hate." Two very contrasting statements from two great leaders. Where will we stand? After all the money is spent? Will we forgive but not forget peoples names or will we learn that it is easier to love than to hate. I will not trust men because the good bible told me so. And because money is the root of all evil, money will not bring reconciliation or forgiveness.

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