A Choice to Forgive

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Author House, Dec 7, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 164 pages
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In a fictitious, ideal world where omnipotent beings behave with perfection, someone has the desire to experience forgiveness.


Since there are neither offenses nor pride there, for it is perfect, such wish is not easily realizable. However, once the wish is expressed, the world looses its perfection, because in it there is an unsatisfied desire. That is, an impossibility even for omnipotent beings.


In the book you will meet the solution which resettles their omnipotence and perfection, allowing all to experience forgiveness.


Interesting visions of life are exposed, and although fictitious, they may be useful for us, here - to forgive, but moreover to exercise love to God, to our fellow men and to ourselves.


Don’t miss reading this book. Meditate about the possibilities presented, and observe your life transform itself to the best. As a reward, maybe besides understanding a facet of forgiveness, you will be able to realize that much of what we do, whether good or not, is just another way of increasing the love between us. Perhaps you will realize further, that there is only one of us and that we are all one, finally making into a whole, boundless divine family.


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About the author (2010)

Luiz Alberto Mortari, fifty years old, is a doctor and a writer, married, with three daughters in university age. For as long as he can remember, he has been interested in existential matters and, between hits and mistakes, his life has been, in a certain way, dedicated to seeking for answers and to trying and live according to the comprehension achieved.


Regarding you, specifically, he wishes you what you wish to yourself – all the good, including that imperishable state of blissful and healthy happiness. The peace we all desire.


Having understood, at a certain point, that “one’s hands produce the longer lasting prayers”, this book is the result of one of them, made by and for all of us.

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