I think it is a sign of "maturity"
I think it's a strong point. Especially when whatever you're holding a grudge about wasn't even directed at you.
Strength. Anytime You Are Willingly Allowing Yourself To Be At Your Weakest You Are Being Strong. Because You Know You Can Be Hurt But You Choose To Do It Any How.(:
strength is exercising your will.
It is a big strength to be able to do that.
Takes a lot to forgive, and it's hard sometimes. It's a sign of strength. A lot of people hold grudges because it's so freaking easy to do. Just being mad all the time, that's a sign of weakness (giving in to other people's feelings of anger toward you).<br />
Asking for forgiveness is like the ultimate sign of strength. If your ex won't forgive you if you ask, he likes/loves his anger more than he likes/loves you. I hope you find all that you look for. :)
Letting them go...... you free yourself.
KEEPS EVERYONE INVOVED IN<br />
THIS RECIPRICOL <br />
to benefit,<br />
The true sign of strength is to stop holding grudges even though they might still hold one against you. If the other person cannot let it go, even if you have, then they are just dead weight and aren't worth your time.
I believe it is a strength and a sign of maturity.
To stop holding a grudges is a sign of strength and to ask someone to stop holding one against you is a sign of greater strength.
Weakness..grudges should be held forever and electronic records should be kept to keep track of offenders so you know who's funeral to not attend.
Better to just let it go..
Give the person your best wishes and hope the best for them in their future. What they do after that shouldn't matter
I'd chalk that up as a strength.