The Sunflower — страница 2

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this in the name of people who had not authorized you to do so. What people have done to you yourself, you can if you like, forgive and forget. That is your own affair. But it would have been a terrible sin to burden your conscience with other people s sufferings” One can see a certain fulfillment in such an answer as Josek gives. This author finds great wisdom in Josek s words. One can not truly forgive an act such as Karl s, unless it is committed against one s own self. This author finds it impossible to forgive Karl, were one in Wiesenthal s position. Karl s true forgiveness is then up to a higher universal power. May this power have mercy on those who act without rational thought of consequence. And, may this power have mercy on this author for the above decision.