RB26DETT wrote:Sup, New member here.
I forgive him, as im sure his wife already did.
It's not good to judge others, when we ourselves, aint perfect.
Nobody is "judging" Kobe the person. We are judging his wrong action of adultery. We judge people's actions all the time, and we have to. We judge our own individual actions, our brothers and sisters, our enemies, everyone. The court itself is a societal system founded on the premise of justice. To have justice, we must judge. No, you are right, no one is perfects, not one soul. But at the same time, there is still right and wrong, and it is our duty to judge the actions of right and wrong. If not, children will remain disobedient, murderers will walk free, etc. I just want to clear up that it is ok to judge that what Kobe did was wrong, and even, to be upset about it, or angry with him for doing something wrong. But again, you are right in saying that forgiveness should be his, as he asked for it. If God can forgive him, and his wife can forgive him, I should say that we should definently forgive him.