Have you ever been wronged? I mean seriously been struck smack on the side of the head with a 10 ton wrecking ball? Did your best friend and business partner flee with your company accounts? Did your spouse cheat? Were you molested by an uncle - a family favourite? Or were you raped by someone you loved and trusted? Or had some other unimaginable thing happen to you by someone who has and will always have an inextricable and close connection to you? They say forgive but don't forget - how do you know you've forgiven that person if you are reminded every single day - even for years after? Even if you still love that person amid all the lingering pain? Is it only when that suffering completely leaves you that you know you have forgiven that person? How long must you go without thinking of the wrong - a year? 5? 10? Or is forgiveness something else? Is it just a word for "I'm over it - move on" even if you're kidding yourself? Can humans, wronged by someone closer than close ever truly forgive or is forgiveness something to strive for but only attained by a higher order? Can we forgive while never forgetting? Is it possible to forget?