|KSHmaa = FORGIVENESS....HOW CAN WE CO-EXIST WITHOUT FORGIVENESS FOR NON-KNOWLEDGE EXISTENCE....BUT FORGIVE WITH A GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE...... |
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on July 20, 2003
Continuing the extraction of veD = SCIENCES
OF LIFE from the library of SRii
chmpklaal Daajibhaai misTRii, PVAF presents today the
kli-yug version of KSHmaa =
FORGIVENESS as researched and expounded by Stanford
University Forgiveness Project:
- Recent research has shown that FORGIVENESS is not only good for
aat`maa (soul) but also good for the shrir = body an aat`maa takes in each
life cycle to exist as an human being.
- As per a psychiatrist Dr. Edward Hallowell from Boston area in USA:
- People do not think FORGIVENESS is in their own best interests,
but it is.
- FORGIVENESS is a major stress reducer.
- Forgivness is good for your heart rate , blood pressure, immune system.
- Thus forgiveness is good for prolonging your life and for reducing the
risk of heart attack. FORGIVENESS is the gift you give
Stanford Forgiveness Project details
can be viewed at the program website by clicking on the preceding red highlite.
Please click on the next line to learn more about FORGIVNESS in
improving your health and also living a life by the rules and regulations of
DHARm in which FORGIVENESS is
one of the fundamental concept......
FORGIVNESS is connected with its root word FORGIVE and its
synonym EXCUSE. The following is the meaning of each of the three words
from Webster's Third International Dictionary :
- an act of forgiving or state of being forgiven; often : REMISSION *the
forgiveness of the tax liability T should not result in such a serious
disturbance to the revenues Journal of Accountancy*
- disposition to pardon : willingness to forgive
- to cease to feel resentment against on account of wrong committed : give
up claim to requital from or retribution upon (an offender) : ABSOLVE, PARDON:
"Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing" Lk 23:34
- to give up resentment of or claim to requital for (an offense or wrong) :
"remit the penalty of and their sins should be forgiven them" Mk 4:12
- to grant relief from : refrain from exacting *forgave his tenants
thousands of dollars in back rent* *a loophole in the tax law that forgives
all if a taxpayer is out of the U.S. Time.
- to offer excuse for : make apology for *he excused his delay as due to the
- to try to remove blame from : seek indulgence for : seek to extenuate
*excusing himself for his delay;
- to seek or obtain exemption or release for *asked the school principal to
excuse the boys from religious services;
- to serve as a means of exemption from : serve as a substitute for;
- to accept an excuse for : regard as excusable : forgive entirely or admit
to be little censurable and to overlook;
- to PARDON *we excuse irregular conduct when circumstances justify it;
- to regard with indulgence : OVERLOOK *it is easy to excuse one's own
faults* often used as an introductory apology (as when interrupting or
expressing disagreement) *excuse me, but do you mind if I shut the window?;
- to grant exemption or release to or from free from an obligation or duty
*the judge excused the young man's fine because of the unusual circumstances;
- to permit to leave a place or stop an activity or task *class is excused*
*you are excused the rest of the translation;
- to serve as excuse for : free from imputation of fault : clear from guilt
: EXCULPATE, JUSTIFY *one's own assurance of propriety cannot excuse
jeopardizing another's happiness* *perhaps, knowing what you do, you can
- to release from a charge;
- to ask or grant excuse *while some accuse, others excuse* : serve as an
excuse *such loving self-sacrifice goes far toward excusing;
- synonyms CONDONE, PARDON, FORGIVE;
- EXCUSE indicates a passing over of some fault, omission, neglect,
or failure without further consideration, censure, or punishment, redress, or
retaliation in view of extenuating conditions or retaliation in view of
- CONDONE may indicate accepting without
protest, censure, or punishment some reprehensible action or condition because
- PARDON may indicate waiving of
punishment or censure and reinstatement to grace especially by a superior and
in legal, formal, or social situations *pardoned by the state governor;
- FORGIVE may apply to genuine, sincere
change of feeling whereby resentment and desire for retaliation on or
punishment of an offender are no longer felt.
This topic will be continued to be expounded on by
SRii chmpklaal Daajibhaai misTRii from the database of veD =
SCIENCES OF LIFE.....
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