CANCEL: mentally annul input(s)/goal(s) which may be reset when tension is at appropriate level.


FORGIVE: process thoughts about a relationship; stores separate and distinct memories of an event in each representational (sense) system so that they are available for instant, constructive, and useful recall.

Then came to Him Peter and said, “My lord, how many times, if one wrongs me, do I forgive my brother? Until seven times?”

Jesus said to him, “I did not say to you until seven, but until seventy times seventy-seven.

In like maimer will my Father, who is in Heaven, do unto you if each does not cancel from his mind the wrongs of his fellow men.

Matthew 18:21-22 & 35


RECONCILIATION: Two or more people forgiving and loving each other.

Thus, when you bring your offering to the altar and there you remember that someone still holds a grudge against you, leave your offering there at the altar and go first to obtain reconciliation with your fellow man and only then come present your offering.

Matthew 5: 23-24


KHOOBA love: a mind set for unconditional affection and perceiving what is good about an entity.

RAKIM love: unconditional love without demand resulting in acts of caring.

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