Reply to "'Pre-ordained forgiveness'"

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No MAHOGANY....MY 'bad.' I should've taken into account that OUR WOMEN see these issues in a completely different light, when I posted the thought and taken that into account.....first.

(Anyhow-----!) I'LL try and salvage the thought best I can......

O.K. Again, I only mean this as in the 'holla-day' spirit and how pre-ordained forgiveness'es (as dictated by whites,) have become mostly a 'command,' (through euro-commercialism,)rather than a virtue---and how that commercialism spills over into all walks of life.

MY contention is that this cannot be healthy, even on the surface, therefore, how could WE ever determine the 'underlying' damages done to OUR People specifically, especially since alla of this is from forced euro-traditions?

Wit ME?

I'm with you now...I think. I guess I never thought of the act of forgiving another person as a forced euro-tradition. To me that says that vindictiveness and intolerance is our natural makeup and I don't believe that to be true at all.
Forgiveness is something that has to come from the most sincere part of your being regardless of the time of year. I will admit, the whole "tis the season to be jolly" messages are a little annoying. It's as though society wants to force Christmas spirit on you during the month of December but it's ok for you to go back to being a basket case for the next 11 months.
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