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Arun,

Excellent post. On occasion, "we do not understand the ‘perspective’, ‘point of view’ or ‘language’, simply put - issues of the other side" because we believe conflict is in our best interests or because we take everything personally or because we believe that because we are a part of the conversation, everything said affects us or is about us in some ways. Those perspectives make forgiveness and truth difficult to attain and achieve.

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