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The narrator forgave all his friends and relatives for every wrong he believed they'd done because of the idyllic landscape before him.
In that moment I forgave all my friends and relations for their wickedness and cussedness, and I blessed them. They did not know that I blessed them. They went their abandoned way all unconscious of what I, far away in that peaceful village, was doing for them; but I did it, and I wished that I could let them know that I had done it, because I wanted to make them happy.
Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)