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I read a story about the natives of Polynesia who spend a great deal of time fighting. They have a custom for remembering everything someone ever did to them. They take something that belongs to each offender and hangs it in the roof of their hut. Then as they lie in their bed each night, they remember each person and try to decide how to get even.

The Bible teaches us to replace evil thoughts with Love. “Love keeps no score of wrongs.” (I Cor. 13:6 New English Bible)