Maginel, James demonstrates so well in the course how the the scapegoating, or victimisation of another comes about. And yes, as you so rightly point out, for someone who has experienced this personally, it is a slow process to see or experience differently the sense of victimhood. In the example of the boy who is bullied, James points out that the victim overcomes this without resentment or desire for revenge. I think that what he is teaching us here, is how fundamental is the recognition of the other, including the perpetrators of scapegoating, as they too are victims. It is difficult for us to realise that God also loves these victims. In his recent book “On Heaven and Earth”, Pope Francis tell us that…”it is not (enough) to know God only by hearing. The Living God is He that you may see with your eyes within your heart”.