Maybe.  Or it may be that I can forgive Cal Worthinginton for cheating me
when he sold me a broken-down car.  I do NOT have to ever buy a car from
Cal Worthington again.

Similarly, a woman can forgive someone who abused her.  (I don't know how
they can, I only know that they must for their own peace.)  But in no
shape or fashion should they have to ever associate with them again. 
Unless it's along the lines of the abuser is tied up and the woman has a
baseball bat.  And I'm NOT joking.

On Sun, 12 Oct 2003 15:14:17 -0400 Noel B <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
(in response to, I think, Jon):
> >You can forgive someone and never associate with them again.
> 
> Can one's forgiveness be truly tested if there is no longer any
> association with the offender? True forgiveness is marked by the 
> ability
> to show love and compassion in the face of hurt or offense.
> 
> Just a thought...
> Noel

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