Yes. And a third and fourth and whatever. Who are we to judge anyway? Are YOU of such crisp morals and actions? How many second chances have YOU gotten? Right...
In general yes, however there are exceptions to every rule, depends on what they did wrong in the first place.
It depends on what they've done.
We all makes mistakes and once made they can't be taken back.......no matter how hard we try. <br />
I would answer your question with the Bible verse: "Ephesians 4:32 (King James Version)32: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you."<br />
If God can forgive us for all of the crap we do........then why can't we forgive others as we might want them to do for us one day? Right?
If it's just a simple thing Sure but for a major issue NO! Say for ex. someone loves to kill other people nope! But say someone cannot stop drinking but desire to sure.
In my idea, it depends on the person, some people don;t even deserve the first chance, while others deserve more than even 10, also it depends on what did they do!
I used to believe that no one deserved a second chance. But then I needed one. Its hard to say no to someone when you were in the same situation as them
Generally, yes. Unless they did something unforgiveable.
Yes.None of us answering this Q are perfect,we all make mistakes.As this is undeniably true,the point of mistakes is to learn from them.We all have received chances in our lives to benefit this way.<br />
TV shows such as the x factor and others which involve audience participation are deliberate ploys to encourage people to be judgemental of others,thereby making them more receptive to government agendas to use the public for negative social targeting.Its a moving away from tolerence and diversity towards a conformist society.
It depends on if they have changed or ask for a second chance, then, yes, otherwise, no.
The way i feel right now, no. Forgiveness is fools bc once you forgive and forget, ppl turn around and do the same things to you. Who you are is largely influenced by what you do. Who am i to tell you who you are when you`re showing me who you are.
Depends on how they messed up the first