Comparing Forgiveness In For One More Day And Nelson's Mandela

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To end, forgiveness is a mutual and relational occurrence as shown in Albom’s For One More Day and in Nelson’s Mandela life during and after the apartheid era. More specifically, forgiveness is only attainable when all parties accept their fate of their mistakes as well as the reality of their situation, plus, all participants require patience and time to achieve forgiveness, and lastly, everyone benefits from forgiveness. These reliances and dependencies on other people during hardships and adversities are what make forgiveness so virtuous and noble as shown in religions such as Christianity and in history. Perhaps the nature of unity and mutuality in forgiveness display a grander virtue, being that relationships and bonds are an essential
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