Would you forgive your worst offender?

“I would forgive, but as you know well, forgiving is not forgetting. It will always be on my mind and I can never forget it especially when the offence caused serious effects.”Dimitry Uwera, Student.“My decision will depend on how the person who committed the offence or crime considers their mistakes. If he apologizes, I would forgive but if he does not, I can never forgive since I feel he does not realize he is at fault.”Rameshi Nkusi, Businessman in Kigali City.
L-R: Dimitry Uwera;Rameshi Nkusi; Leony Ruranganwa ; Sugira Gisele
L-R: Dimitry Uwera;Rameshi Nkusi; Leony Ruranganwa ; Sugira Gisele

“I would forgive, but as you know well, forgiving is not forgetting. It will always be on my mind and I can never forget it especially when the offence caused serious effects.”

Dimitry Uwera, Student.

“My decision will depend on how the person who committed the offence or crime considers their mistakes. If he apologizes, I would forgive but if he does not, I can never forgive since I feel he does not realize he is at fault.”

Rameshi Nkusi, Businessman in Kigali City.

“To be honest with you, I cannot just forgive like that. I even feel like I should move and stay away from that person who acted terribly against me.”

Leony Ruranganwa, Radio City Presenter.

“I am a devout Christian who believes that forgiving those who wrong us is right. I will therefore forgive at whatever cost, because I know that no one is perfect.”

Sugira Gisele, Student at G.S APRED Ndera.

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