Enough. Let bygones be bygones. Done is done.
Despite my anguish I will beat it down,
the fury mounting inside me, down by force.
Now, by god, I call a halt to all my anger –
it’s wrong to keep on raging, heart inflamed forever.

– Homer

The Iliad, Book 19, lines 74-78. Achilles at last makes his peace with Agamemnon, admitting that it is wrong for him to keep on raging. One has to wonder if he had really forgiven Agamemnon, as his return to battle is being driven by hatred for and the desire for revenge against Hector.