To be truly forgiven a sinner must seek forgiveness of those against whom he or she has committed a wrong to, making amends with the person who is willing to accept change and to move forward with life. To seek forgiveness is arduous because one will have to forgive themselves in order to prosper with change. On the other hand, to be able to forgive requires no repentance; one will have to understand the sinner’s acts of depravity that may help the sinner reach their point in displacing burden with relief and contentment. A sin cannot be unforgivable unless the person who was sinned against does not wish to embrace the sinner’s actions of betrayal, dishonesty, or anything that is connoted with immorality. It may be nearly impossible to forgive a person who has raped or killed innocent lives, but one may desire to wish for justice by understanding that life itself will have to move on as long as one is forgiven. To forgive and to be forgiven may take awhile to do. With that, cleansing may take even longer depending how a person may feel how badly their sin is. I agree with Angel that a “sinner [that] is forgiven does not necessarily mean they feel freed”. If atoning a sin seems to be impractical, it may determine how vulgar the sin is. Because of this, a person would have to look for “a way to be good again” in order t feel as if they are truly forgiven.