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Sharing a Common Story for an Indonesian Context

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People tend to forget their past hurt because it is too much pain to bear. Forgive and forget is a saying that is imposed on victims about their traumatic past. This saying is not entirely wrong, but before we get to that point, we need to remember our hurt in order to forgive. The remembrance of the past is, in fact, needed to be able to forgive and reconcile. This is not an easy thing to do, especially when the role of victim and perpetrator is not clearly defined. However, it is still a better option for achieving real forgiveness and reconciliation than forgetting.

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2008-01-01
2015-05-24

Affiliations: 1: PhD student, VU University Amsterdam;, Email: binsarpakpahan@gmail.com

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