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Forgiveness and forgiveness


    Emirati families carry authentic principles that do not change with the passage of time and the openness that the country is witnessing, as they have customs and values ​​that have been passed down through generations, known as “Sana,” which includes a set of customs and traditions that constitute basic rules and a way of life, instilled in the people of the Emirates from childhood. In this corner, Emirates Today sheds light on the Emirati concept of “Al-Sana” through a series of topics with the aim of consolidating these values, relying on the book “Al-Sana” compiled, audited, prepared and presented by the CEO of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Center for the Revival of Heritage, Abdullah Hamdan bin Dalmouk.

    One of the beautiful things that parents reinforce in their children is the value of forgiveness, especially when the truth is with one of them and tolerance is with others. The members of society reinforce this value with various actions starting from the home. For example, if a brother disagrees with his brother and they go to the father and he judges between them, and he says to one of them: He is right with him, as we often see the one who has the right say: “I forgive,” and the other responds with an apology out of shame for his pardon and forgiveness, or kisses his brother’s head, which strengthens the bond between them.

    When some mistakes occur from brothers or workers in the house, for example, and they admit their mistake, we often hear the phrase: “For his sake, may I sacrifice his life for you,” which indicates forgiveness, and has a positive effect on the souls of the people who made the mistake, as the person who made the mistake is embarrassed by his action, and changes his behavior under the influence of these phrases. Which indicates forgiveness, and contributes to creating a positive impact among members of society.

    We also see the effect of forgiveness on an even greater level in other disputes that may reach the courts, especially in unintentional mistakes. For example, if a situation occurs such as an accident that causes damage to some of your property, and that person is sentenced to pay a certain amount, it is good to forgive him. If you can, as this contributes to raising your status and increasing your value, and it is said: “The riyal seized you with your face,” which is a phrase that indicates that the person has become higher in status and respect because the truth is with him, but he pardoned and forgave.

    Forgiveness is one of the beautiful values ​​that have been instilled among the people of the Emirates, in adherence to the principles of the Islamic religion. The Emirati Sana’ has worked to promote forgiveness and forgiveness among the people of society, publishing many proverbs that encourage tolerance, the most prominent of which is: “If you have power, I will be forgiven.” The Sana’ stipulates that the wrong person should be forgiven. For example, if a person made a mistake against you and then came to you or visited you and asked for forgiveness, it is appropriate for you to forgive him and pardon him, regardless of the extent of the mistake he made against you.

    . The effect of amnesty appears on a greater level in other disputes that may reach the courts.

    . A sublime value that contributes to creating a positive impact among members of society, and prompts the wrongdoer to change his actions.

    . Al-Sanaa worked to promote forgiveness and pardon, as many proverbs and sayings encouraging them are widespread.