Is forgiveness appropriate when I am angry, no matter toward whom or toward what I am angry?

Forgiveness is appropriate when you are angry toward persons, but not toward inanimate objects.  For example, you do not forgive a tornado because you do not offer goodness toward this weather event.  Forgiveness, as a moral virtue, is to offer goodness and we offer goodness toward persons rather than to inanimate objects.

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