Is it true that it's better to be sinned against than to sin against others?

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[Is it true that it's better to be sinned against than to sin against others?]

O LORD my God, in You I put my trust; Save me from all those who persecute me;
And deliver me,
Lest they tear me like a lion,
Rending me in pieces, while there is none to deliver.
O LORD my God, if I have done this:
If there is iniquity in my hands,
If I have repaid evil to him who was at peace with me,
Or have plundered my enemy without cause,
Let the enemy pursue me and overtake me;
Yes, let him trample my life to the earth,
And lay my honor in the dust. Psalm 7:1–5 (NKJV)

BeyondET View Post
Can't force people to forgive so what would be better [is] a heart that has chosen forgiveness rather than not.

Lk 17:3

"Stop Me! Before I Forgive Again..."  by Bob Enyart

BeyondET View Post
Leviticus 19:17
Lev 19:17. thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour—Instead of cherishing latent feelings of malice or meditating purposes of revenge against a person who has committed an insult or injury against them, God’s people were taught to remonstrate with the offender and endeavor, by calm and kindly reason, to bring him to a sense of his fault.

not suffer sin upon him—literally, “that ye may not participate in his sin.” Jamieson, R., Fausset, A. R., & Brown, D. (1997). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (Vol. 1, p. 87). Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
Father forgive them for they know not what they do.
"Lk 23:34 forgive them. I.e., His tormentors, both Jews and Romans (cf. Acts 7:60). Some of the fruit of this prayer can be in the salvation of thousands of people in Jerusalem at Pentecost (Acts 2:41). they do not know what they do. I.e., they were not aware of the full scope of their wickedness. They did not recognize Him as the true Messiah (Acts 13:27, 28). They were blind to the light of divine truth, “For if they had understood it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory” (1 Cor. 2:8). Still, their ignorance certainly did not mean that they deserved forgiveness; rather, their spiritual blindness itself was a manifestation of their guilt (John 3:19). But Christ’s prayer while they were in the very act of mocking Him is an expression of the boundless compassion of divine grace." MacArthur, J., Jr. (Ed.). (1997). The MacArthur Study Bible (electronic ed., p. 1564). Nashville, TN: Word Pub.

Is it true that it's better to be sinned against than to sin against others?