Anger | Bitterness | Forgiveness | Hate | Revenge

A fellow went to the hospital to visit his partner, who was dying of some unknown malady. Suddenly the dying man said, “John, before I go I must confess some things to you and ask your forgiveness. I know I’m about to die. I want you to know that I robbed the firm of $100,000. I sold our secret formula to our competitors, and also, John, I’m the fellow who supplied your wife with the evidence that helped her get her divorce from you that cost you a fortune.” John mumbled, “Oh, that’s OK, old man. I’m the guy who poisoned you.” As an old Vietnamese proverb said, “When vengeance is heaped upon vengeance, there is nothing left.”

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