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People think differently act differently and feel differently Forgiveness is an act of reconciliation with other individuals including with us According to The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy forgiveness has typically been regarded as a personal response to having been injured or wronged or as a condition one seeks or hopes is bestowed upon one for having wronged someone else Hughes Paul M Pardon is an act that is made depending on the people but mainly on the situation Referring to The Sunflower On Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness by Simon Wiesenthal Forgiveness is an important step for spiritual wholeness 125 Consequently Simon should forgive the twenty- one years old Nazi who was too soon to die 31 Basing the claim with the Jewish laws Karl has the opportunity to redeem himself In the other hand with Christianity he was pardoned automatically because his words where true repentant for his actions therefore been forgiven by his God 53 Finally without forgiving the young Nazi Simon can even damage him self The Sunflower On Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness by Simon Wiesenthal tells a little bit about many Jewish that suffered and died This book tells mainly about the description of how Wiesenthal was asked to obtain absolution from a SS man Karl It tells us slight about everything that happened since giving a fully and almost vividly description will take more than 289 pages of this book Wiesenthals story is a controversial story while he drives us to one specific experience of his life Having difficulties on deciding if he should forgive or not a person who have committed sins against his own people Jews In the other hand Karl describes his pain when being at the hospital and shows his repentance about the crimes he had committed Karl says The pain in my body is terrible but worse still is my conscience 53 The soldier is suffering with pain but most with
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