forgiveness is that one of the Ernest things for me is we talked about before, my dad died, when I was 23. And when I went to Santa Fe and left that time, that the Albuquerque rather, is it where I realize there is no Dad here. It's like that scene in Apocalypse. Now, you know, there ain't no CEO here with it, there's no doubt here and I carried a lot of anger and resentment and judgment about that. And then, because my father died, I never had a chance to like reconcile. I had to learn how to forgive somebody who's no longer here and to let that go. The act of forgiveness is something I had to go through even though my father is no longer here and that was enormously liberating, right? I do not need to be judging somebody and be fueled by that and that I like your idea of the word letting go. It's letting it's like letting that go. I don't need that, I can let that disappear.
Jim Collins' Dad's Death Changed His Perspective of Forgiveness