To sincerely let someone off for what they might have done to youWhat does it mean to a Muslim to forgive?
That's something only the Al-Mighty knows best. But as people we should aim to forgive everyone and let Allah carry out the forgiving/justice in the hereafter.How does one balance forgiveness and justice?
No, sinning against man is sinning against GodIs there a difference between sinning against God versus sinning against man?
Examples of major sins:What are the differences between major and minor sins, and how does one atone for them?
* Worshiping others, or associating partners with Allah (shirk)
* Believing in superstition, fortune telling and astrology
* Using magic or sorcery
* Committing murder
* Committing suicide
* Bearing false witness
* Committing adultery or fornication
* Cheating, stealing, and lying
* Charging or paying interest or usury (riba)
* Consuming pork or alcohol
* Consuming the wealth of an orphan
* Not fasting for Ramadan
* Not observing daily prayers
* Not paying zakat (annual charity)
* Oppression and unjust leadership
* Bribery, betraying trusts and breaking contracts
* Backbiting and slandering
* Breaking the ties of kinship
* Disobeying or not honoring one's parents
God is most merciful if you sincerely repent: "...if any of you did evil in ignorance, and thereafter repented and amended (your conduct), lo! Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful." (6:54)