1over137 wrote:What happened K, if I may ask?
I somehow missed your question.
Only one person really knows here, because I shared emails and the like with them that gave direct insight.
It's really so complicated to explain, requires insight into my past, growing up, family interactions, etc.
But basically, forsaking truth for peace, to get along in harmony, in the name of "forgiveness" and what-not, relationships built upon such can quickly evaporate and amount to nothing. Reconciliation is never true in such circumstances, until the truth is dealt with squarely on. So long as there is disagreement over truth, where such truths form an important foundation to healthy relationship, reconciliation isn't possible.
Such seems true of us in relation to Christ i.e., accepting Christ and truth to be reconciled to God, and it's equally true of our relationships with others, so it seems to me.