I'm just wondering what it means to all of you. I always thought you can't forgive somebody who doesn't have remorse...that maybe it is some sort of biblical term. If I'm honest with myself, I don't forgive my DNA collection; I just moved on without them. I don't think about them much unless there is a new altercation, like the one with my father that just happened. But forgive them? Why? For abusing us? Because it's all they knew? Certainly they knew better. Two year olds know they shouldn't hit their siblings, even though they often do it. So what is forgiveness really? I have heard it is not for the other person, but for the person who has suffered at their hands. Can somebody kind of define that for me? How is this different from just accepting what happened, because, after all, it DID happen, and then deciding to move on with your own life? If anyone has input, I thank you in advance. This is a big question I've been mulling over lately. I tend to mull...lol.