Why do you think forgiving another person actually increases the forgiver’s own self-esteem?

As a forgiver works to see the inherent worth in the one who acted unjustly, the forgiver slowly begins to see his own worth as a person.  The paradox is that as the forgiver sees the full humanity of the other, then the forgiver begins to see his own full humanity.

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