31 Places I want to see before you die…compiled by some person online….I talk about how I love to travel, but I’m realizing how unworldly I am…I’ve only been to cities, and just within the U.S/Korea. I’d say I’ve been to more places in the states but I think I’ve never even set foot outside Seoul I think, except for when I went to the beach.
Goal: Stop saving up for “things”….save up for experiences.
1. Aescher Hotel In Appenzellerland, Switzerland
I have to analyze a bunch of movies for my ICS capstone and a common theme I’ve been seeing is forgiving…it probably is the most difficult thing in the world. I wonder if it’s really possible to forgive someone whole-heartedly, and completely. And I don’t mean forgiving someone for having done something mean to you. One movie showed a parent who forgave the murderer of her only daughter, a person who essentially ruined her life. Only then could she live on with less agony. Is this true? Is this possible? Or is it “just a movie?”
I obviously hope nothing to that extent will ever happen to me. But I wonder if I could just forgive…and it wouldn’t be “just” forgive, because nothing about forgiving is simple and easy. But if I could, will things be better? “things” is so vague. but i use that word because I don’t know either.
What if the person who has done you wrong, doesn’t even ask for forgiveness? What is there to forgive? You can’t really forgive then, can you? Then could you not get better? Then are you just stuck..?