"The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong."
Gandhi was very well known for his peace activism, and I have no doubt that he knew how to truly forgive. He's right about being strong is the only way how to forgive. We all had people who left deep scars physically and mentally. I can say that I'm weak in the fact that I will never be able to forgive some of those people. I think some people get the idea of forgiveness and toleration confused. We can tolerate others for the past wrongdoings, but we often never forgive them. If we still feel pain over the moment, can we truly say we have forgiven?