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Today, while America observes another anniversary of 9/11, one might claim that the horrific terrorism came about, at least in part, due to anger and resentment of the perpetrators. The tragic destruction of lives and property demonstrated the dark power … Continue reading

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Ponderings During Forgiveness Day

In my view, true forgiveness is not some sort of religious obligation nor some variety of wishful thinking. I don’t really “get” the mechanics of the act until I begin understanding the person who did me seriously wrong. What was … Continue reading

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International Forgiveness Day

Just a short, casual perusal of the news headlines reveals a lot of people nursing long-lived grudges. The Israelis and Arab states destructively act out their resentments on a regular basis. Russia and the West rattle sabers from time to … Continue reading

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