It raises the question of whether you are laying blame on the part of the 12 or accepting responsibility for your own actions...regardless of what those actions happened to be. Thus it would appear that the sole responsibility for redeeming your own honour price rests in your own hands as demonstrated by the way in which you conduct your life from this point forward. I think that will be the hallmark of the degree of acceptance and forgiveness you receive in the community by Pagans and others alike.bradjobborn wrote: I have paid my debt to society by endouring a prison term that a group of 12 sentenced me to.
Reyna wrote:Depends on what you did. Speaking for myself and the people I know we fully believe in forgiveness. We also believe in common sense and keeping our loved ones safe. We can forgive the dog for biting, but that doesn't mean we are going to run up and pet it.
bradjobborn wrote: I have paid my debt to society by endouring a prison term that a group of 12 sentenced me to.
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