Forgiveness is not a single action that you begin and complete in a short time. Forgiveness is a multi-layered process and a long journey where we slowly progress and move towards the goal. According to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, there are three levels of forgiveness. Even if someone has hurt one, the Talmud explains that one is expected to find the strength to forgive the person at least on the first level. Absence of any forgiveness whatsoever is a sign of cruelty. Wishing badly on someone and the desire for revenge represents a weakness of personality that requires rectification. [Source]

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