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The Holiday (2006) by Nancy Meyers

Book title: The Kite Runner (2003) by Khaled Hosseini; The Power of Now (1997) by Eckhart Tolle; Atonement (2001) by Ian McEwan; Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln (2005) by Doris Kearns Goodwin; Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (1997) by J.K. Rowling; Bob Dylan Chronicles (2004) by Bob Dylan; The Corrections (2001) by Jonathan Franzen; Runaway (2004) by Alice Munro; The Wisdom of Forgiveness: Intimate Conversations and Journeys (2004) by the Dalai Lama and Chan Victor  

Vista del jardín desde la estancia, Casa en Lomas de Chapultepec, calle Acueducto Río Hondo 325, Lomas Virreyes, Miguel Hidalgo, Ciudad de México 1948 [modificada]

Arqs. Ramón Torres, Héctor Velázquez y Victor de la Lama

View of the garden from the living room, House in Lomas de Chapultepec, calle Acueducto Rio Hondo 325, Lomas Virreyes, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 1948 [modified]

Vista desde el jardin, Casa Mauricio de la Lama, Sierra Paracaima, Lomas de Chapultepec, México DF. 1956 

Arqs. Víctor de la Lama, Héctor Velázquez, Ramón Torres Martínez

Foto. Guillermo Zamora

Garden view,  Mauricio de la Lama house, Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City. 1956

Vista desde el patio de la estancia y hall de entrada, Casa Santiago Reachi, 2 Humboldt 61, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México 1954

Mural de Diego Rivera

Arqs. Arqs. Víctor de la Lama, Héctor Velázquez, Ramón Torres Martínez

Foto. Guillermo Zamora

View from the patio of the livingroom and foyer, Casa Santiago Reachi, 2 Humbolt 61, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico 1954

Mural by Diego Rivera

Vista de la estancia, Casa en Lomas, Sierra Madre 705, Lomas de Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, Ciudad de México 1948  

Arq. Víctor de la Lama  

Foto: Guillermo Zamora

Diseño de interiores. Arturo Pani

View of the living room,  House in Lomas, Sierra Madre 705, Lomas de Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 1948

Take forgiveness. Two levels here. One level: forgiveness means you shouldn’t develop feelings of revenge. Because revenge harms the other person, therefore it is a form of violence. With violence, there is usually counterviolence. This generates even more violence—the problem never goes away. So that is one level.

Another level: forgiveness means you should try not to develop feelings of anger toward your enemy. Anger doesn’t solve the problem. Anger only brings uncomfortable feelings to yourself. Anger destroys your own peace of mind. Your happy mood never comes, not while anger remains. I think that’s the main reason why we should forgive. With calm mind, more peaceful mind, more healthy body. An agitated mind spoils our health, very harmful for body. This is my feeling.
—  The Dalai Lama and Victor Chan, The Wisdom of Forgiveness