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Gabriel Daigle : Love and forgiveness

To the editor:

It’s better to have loved and to be loved and to have my heartbroken and crushed by loved ones than never to know love at all.

Selfishness is the opposite of love. We can’t see we have love and say we love Jesus and have a selfish heart. If we can’t forgive, but say we love God, the truth is not in us.



I forgive all who have hurt me and have broken my heart, and I pray to God that the ones I have hurt and done wrong to can have forgiveness for me as well.

Gabriel Daigle

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