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The Secrets of Forgiveness: How to Forgive the Unforgivable

By: Charanjit Singh Mannu
Narrated by: Merrick Pearce,Bill Franchuk
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Publisher's Summary

Note from the author: I genuinely think this book will help you forgive. We all go through traumas that are unique to ourselves, from child abuse, to being cheating on or being heartbroken from the loss of a loved one. The pain is still real. Everyone has different coping mechanisms, so your pain might seem trivial to the ones around you, but you are the only one that knows how much it really hurts. No one should judge you or compare the pain, as the pain is unique as you are. This book will simply blow your mind, no ifs or buts. We put our money where our mouth is.

So who is this book actually for?

  • Anyone that wants to forgive.
  • Anyone that wants to understand their lives.
  • Anyone that wants to improve their lives.

But more importantly it will help you understand any one that needs the above. The unique approach allows a modern understanding of the secrets of forgiveness and why they are so important.

Created from a first person point of view, it tracks the conversation the writer has with a greater power to understand why he got abused as a child and why it is so important to forgive. His personal struggle demonstrates the difficulty of forgiveness.

Here are some of the important parts of the book.

On the topic of sin: Sin is doing all the things we dream of doing, but we are too scared of doing because we don’t want to go to hell.

Yes, if you “sin” you will end up in hell, so I give you the option of free will to do what you want to do, and then slap you for doing it.

Was that sarcasm?

Yes, it was. I am the creator of light and the bringer of love. Does punishing you for free will sound loving to you? Let's just rearrange how you think about sin. At the time of the sin you enjoy the sin, then you feel guilty about the sin.

©2017 Charanjit Mannu (P)2019 Charanjit Mannu

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F this book

If you enjoy the F word, you'll love this book. I typically enjoy the F word, but this was just too much. Nasty language all the way through, talk about jacking off, etc. and God in the book sounds like he's in the toilet. I had to turn it off.

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A wonderful guide

I would recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with issues of forgiveness. I was very moved by the examples .

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Waste of credit/money

Absolutely terrible. After finding contradictions I was focused on finding more contradictions and not the content of the book.

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Completely different way to view areas of life.

I actually enjoyed it. At first I was skeptical, yet the way it was written was brilliant.

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waste of time.

I wished I not wasted a credit on this book!!!
Not interesting. wated and wated for book to start.......it never did into chapter 3.

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Good content,

Enjoyed the book. Content very relevant just full of interruptions due to the reader’s reading mistakes.

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A Must listen

In a world that has so many divisions this book helps you begin the barriers that are created by pain. We can release our pain.

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Excellent!

An excellent explanation of how to address the sometimes difficult need to work through forgiveness. I used this as a basis for an adult education class.

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Hopeful!

This book is so hopeful! It boldly states that no matter what has happened to us we can forgive and stop being ruled by a wrong. And it further empowers us to forgive ourselves, to stop the cycle of blame and shame completely.

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Amazing book!

This is an amazing book! It is the only source that I have read that truly acknowledges the suffering of the forgiver. The meditations and journal exercises are nothing short of miraculous.

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Terrible

while the messages were essentially good, the disgusting language throughout made it impossible to listen to this book. every other word was crude. I absolutely hated it.