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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

March 28, 2013

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02:25 PM Mar 28 2013

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

Yes, one who has truly repented of misdeeds should not have to live with the feelings of guilt and shame for errors made and fully repented of (I am not the one to judge that), for we all error -- being human, but how many of us truly repent?  I mean, the road to repentance -- in my opinion -- is not one easily travelled -- and many never are able to go all the way.  But yes, I agree, once a person has fulfilled all the requirements of a full pardon should then be allowed to experience joy.  

11:07 AM Mar 28 2013

AmethystP

AmethystP
Thailand

unless they regret it