Undeserved forgiveness and unconditional forgiveness are different?

@icesmile (7172)
September 24, 2009 2:19pm CST
To forgive unconditional is not against of justice? If we will forgive again and again unconditional is not an afront of good sense? Is unconditional forgiveness something what we must do, just because we have a good soul and want keep something to keep somebody who we love no matter what? Undeserved forgiveness is not something like a underseved gift for somebody who will repeat same mistake again and again? Do you think that conditional forgiveness is the best what we can do, is the right decision to make it when somebody want our forgiveness?
2 responses
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
25 Sep 09
hi ice, it is very different. undeserved forgiveness is somewhat not true in the sense that you give conditions just so that you both agree on something. it is not "heartily" forgiving. unconditional foregiveness you will see from moms. even if their sons or daughters have done so much damage, in a mom's heart, they are her children hence she forgives without condition. thank you for this post. ann
@kprofgames (3023)
• United States
24 Sep 09
I think that depends on the person and the situation. We give unconditional love to our families. We just do, but if thing reoccur then it causes a strain on the relationship. I think that unconditional love really applies to our children. We love our children regardless of their mistakes and are there when guidence is needed. But I don't think that just just apply to anyone. For instance if a person does wrong by me and then they do it again. They are not family, they might ask for forgiveness, but they have to say the i'm sorries first to get them. We can or might not accept that but then we break off contact because we know regardless of what this person said, they will still do the same things over and over again. I refuse to keep bring a person like that to my doorstep.