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What have you forgiven? What’s too difficult to let go of?




A man weeps for a lost friend as people gather to observe a minute-silence at the Place de la Republique in memory of the victims of the Paris terror attacks last Friday, on November 16, 2015.
A man weeps for a lost friend as people gather to observe a minute-silence at the Place de la Republique in memory of the victims of the Paris terror attacks last Friday, on November 16, 2015.
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The family of Robert Godwin, the passerby who was killed in a video posted to Facebook, said in an interview with FOX 8 that the family forgives Steve Stephens, who was wanted for Godwin’s murder.

In the interview his daughter says: "We forgive him because it's the right thing to do. It's what daddy taught us. It's the way we was raised. God said if you don't forgive, he won't forgive you. So, Mr. Stephens, we forgive you, but we're asking you to turn yourself in, please." The next day, Mr. Stephens was discovered to have taken his own life.

Many were surprised by Godwin’s family’s response to his murder and today on AirTalk, we ask what things in your life have you forgiven others for? What have you been unable to forgive?