I’m not going to suggest how you do it, nor am I going to suggest when or who you forgive, only that during Lent you select at least one person to forgive.
This is not a Lenten discipline, but it’s a good time. Make it a total forgiveness, no holding back, no need for the other person to acknowledge the harm they did, just a total, unabashed, no holds-barred forgiveness. Like unconditional love, make it an unconditional forgiveness.
A few days afterwards, write down how you feel. Send it to the Pew if you wish or keep it in a shoe box, but write it down.
When you pull it off, (notice I didn’t say if), when you pull it off, I am willing to bet you a dollar to a donut that you will feel great, unburdened, and relieved.
Forgiveness is the most undervalued of virtues, and perhaps one of the most important.