morality is the deciding factor in forgiveness

morality is the deciding factor in forgiveness
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  • Morality is the deciding factor in forgiveness
  • I found out that you lied to me.
  • I can't forgive you for this because you lied about a big thing
  • I'm sorry. Can you forgive me?
  • Morality is the deciding factor in forgiveness
  • I'm sorry, I know what I did wrong and I promise it won't happen again
  • Okay, I forgive you but don't break this promise.
  • Morality is the deciding factor in forgiveness
  • I'm sorry for hurting your sister's feelings. Can you forgive me?
  • No, I have no right to forgive you. You have to ask my sister for forgiveness.
  • A person's morals make them decide whether or not to forgive someone because it might be unforgivable to them. Todorov said,"Justice and morality are far more important to me" (265). Like him, some might think that someone who shows bad morals can't be forgiven.
  • Morals are something that differ from person to person but many people share the same morals. In this scenario, the person shows regret which lead the other person to forgive him but others may think that the boy should not be forgiven.
  • This scene is a less intense version of what happened in The Sunflower. This girl is asking for forgiveness from someone who is related to the girl she hurt. The boy didn't forgive her because of his morals. He cannot forgive someone for another person because he has no right to do so.
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