Tag archives: forgiveness

Forgiveness or Justice?
By Robert Bernstein   |   December 28, 2021

Christianity is all about forgiveness and I am writing this during the Christmas season. Could a society function with nothing but forgiveness as an ethical code? Astronomer and 1981 Humanist of the Year Carl Sagan wrote a brilliant essay about this for Parade Magazine in 1993. Here is a link to a copy: https://swt.org/sagan. It […]

Giving and Forgiving
By Ashleigh Brilliant   |   November 21, 2019

Considering how many things we are warned not to “take for granted,” it is good to bear in mind all the others – of which, may I suggest, the most precious is someone’s love. Love is a gift we grant and receive with no expectation of return. We take it for granted. Therein lies the […]

Dealing with Betrayal and Hurt
By Peter Brill   |   April 18, 2019

Q. I have felt betrayed in my love life and also at work. Can you help me to get over these feelings of hurt? – Patricia in Goleta  Thank you for your question, Patricia. It is an important question and a large topic. You have given me very few details of either situation, so I […]