The phrase "You must forgive" is often bandied about - especially in religious

The phrase "You must forgive" is often bandied about - especially in religious

The phrase "You must forgive" is often bandied about - especially in religious teachings. Surely this is not fair - the wrong-doer has an entitlement from the wronged? What if the wronged is unable to forgive? Is forgiveness an emotion?

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