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Forgiveness and Self-respect
1:It isn't always easy to forgiveness someone who has wrongfullly harmed us in fact,we are often very reluctant to forgive. Simon Wiesenthal's book,The Sunflower,presents an interesting case study that illustrates this point. A critically injured Nazi soldier recognizes the magnitude of his own wrongdoing and seeks forgiveness from a Jewish person so that he can die in peace. He calls a Jewish inmate of a concentration camp (presumably Wiesenthal)into his hospital room,expresses his anguish and repentance,and begs for forgiveness.The Jewish man leaves the room without a word ,and later struggles with the question of whether he should have forgiven the soldier. Likewise,we find some survivors of serious childhood abuse reluctant to forgive the perpetrators of their abuse,once they recognize what has happened to them and how profoundly it has affectwd their lives.Some therapists argue on their behalf that certain crimes may be unforgivable,and that survivors of this tyte of abuse need not forgive.
2:What accounts for our reluctance to forgive? Probably a number a number of facter,but here I want to focus on the factor of self-respect. Any person who wrongfully harms another fails to show sufficient respect foe the person he has harmed. Implicit in the act of wrongdoing,then,is the claim that the victim does not deserve a full measure of respect.The Nazi soldier in The Sunflower helped to burn an entire village of Jews alive,and in doing so,he failed to respect the intrinsic worth of the Jewish people.He failed to recognize them as valuable human beings with a moral status equal to his own.And parents who abuse their children fail to respect them as the bearers of basic human rights. They fail to respect their children's feelings,and their profound need for a safe and supportive environment.
I think many of us believe that if we forgive an offender who is quilty of serious crimers against us (especially an unrepentant offender),we are essentially agreeing with the clim that we do
not deserve a full measure of respect.In effect ,wr are saying"That's OK--it doesnt's matter that you misstreated me.I'm not that important."If this is the case,then our reluctance to for
forgive may be the result of a healthy desire to maintain our own self-respect.

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2009-04-09 回答
宽恕和自尊
  1:它并不总是容易宽恕那些错误的伤害我们,实际上,我们常常很不愿意宽恕。西蒙维的书、向日葵,提出一个有趣的个案研究,说明了这一点。纳粹士兵受伤地承认自己的错误,并级寻求赦免犹太人的人,这样他就能安静地死去。他所谓的犹太囚犯的集中营里(大概是维森塔尔)进入他的病房里,表达他的痛苦与悔改的心,并祈求原谅犹太人的人离开了房间,以及后来的问题的时候,他应该原谅的士兵。同样地,我们发现一些幸存的儿童虐待不愿意宽恕的严重的凶手,一旦他们滥用他们发生了什么和如何影响他们的生活产生了深远的影响是…某些治疗师争论某些犯罪的代表可以原谅,幸存者的这种类型的虐待不需要原谅。
  二是什么造就了我们不愿意宽恕?或许很多一定数量的胚,但在这里我想集中于自尊的因素。任何人无理损害另一个无微不至地充分尊重的人,他已经伤害敌人。隐含的不法行为,那麽,这个宣称受害者不值得尊敬的. 纳粹士兵在向日葵帮助燃烧整村的犹太人活着,这样做,他没有尊重内在价值的犹太人他没有承认他们的价值与道德上的人类的地位相当于自己…虐待儿童的父母,他们不尊重基本人权的路。他们不尊重孩子的感情,其深厚的需要、支持的环境。
  我认为我们中许多人相信,如果我们宽恕罪犯的人对我们crimers就严重(特别是一役,犯罪者),我们基本上同意,我们所做的评估
  不值得尊敬的. 实际上,世界就会说“好吧--即使你那样对我也没有关系. 我没那么重要。“如果是这样,那么我们不愿意去。
  宽恕的结果可能是健康的愿望保持自己的自尊。

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至善随缘 11级
2009-04-09 回答
宽恕和自尊1 :这并不总是容易宽恕别人谁伤害了我们wrongfullly事实上,我们往往非常不愿意原谅。西蒙维森塔尔的书,向日葵,提出了一个有趣的案例研究,说明了这一点。阿纳粹士兵重伤的严重性认识自己错误,并寻求宽恕的人从一个犹太人,使他能够在和平中死亡。他呼吁犹太囚犯的集中营(大概森特尔)到他的病房,表示他的痛苦和忏悔,并请求为forgiveness.The犹太男子离开房间没有一个字,后来又斗争的问题,他是否应该有原谅了士兵。同样,我们找到了一些幸存者的严重的儿童虐待不愿意原谅的肇事者及其滥用,一旦他们认识到发生了什么事以及如何深刻它affectwd其lives.Some治疗代表他们认为,某些可能是不可饶恕的罪行,并幸存者说,这需要tyte的虐待不会原谅。
2 :什么帐目我们不愿意原谅?可能是一些一些因子,但在这里我想集中的因素自尊。任何人谁伤害另一个错误未能表现出足够的尊重的人,他的敌人伤害。中隐含的行为违法,那么,是索赔,受害者不应该充分纳粹士兵在向日葵帮助烧伤整个村的犹太人活着,并在这样做时,他不尊重内在价值的犹太人.没有承认他们是宝贵的人类的道德地位的平等,他父母虐待自己的孩子谁不尊重他们的承担者的基本人权。他们不尊重孩子的感情,和他们的深刻需要一个安全和有利的环境。