There is a difference between tolerating and forgiving. Tolerating lets go but keeps tabs of wrongs. It has a limit. Forgiveness wipes a slate clean and keeps no record of wrongs.
1. Many people pretend to forgive yet all they have done is to tolerate.
2. Some people think they have forgiven yet they have tolerated.
3. Tolerating creates a tab of wrongs which has a tolerance limit. At some point, you can’t tolerate anymore and then all hell breaks loose.
4. Forgiveness creates a clean account every time, and after every instance of forgiveness it’s as if the person has never wronged before.
5. Forgiveness sees a person with no blemishes. Tolerance sees a person with an account of wrongs that is close to its breaking point.
About The Author
Desmond Mapfumo is a Mindset Coach, Startup Builder and Consultant. He is the Founder and Contributing Editor For Inspiration Media Publications. Inspiration Media is member of the Rebirth Group, which he also founded and leads as the Chief Executive Officer.