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Marina Cantacuzino 18h
Always one of my favourite stories. Says so much about love and hate. “When he went out of my world, I cried the way I did when he came into it.”
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Madeleine Black May 24
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The Forgiveness Proj 18h
Thank you for the mention and for sharing your story. Best of luck with TEDx Glasgow!
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The Forgiveness Proj May 24
Lovely to see storyteller in the during his visit to last week. Jacob’s visit also coincided with the display of our exhibition, The F Word: Stories that Transform. Thank you for welcoming us!
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The Forgiveness Proj May 24
" describes forgiving the Nazis as an act of self-healing, self-liberation, and self-empowerment."
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The Forgiveness Proj May 24
"There is really a lot to be said for the support that is generated in this program. It has been life changing for me. I have the power to steer my life in a much more positive direction." - Participant, HMP Parc,
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Fetzer Institute May 23
There is a strength, a power even, in understanding brokenness... –Bryan Stevenson
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Jo Berry May 24
Such a honour to be taking part in this amazing panel as part of . Time to move away from positions of 'I am right, you are wrong' to listening with focus on understand and empathy. Together we can make a difference to create peace for all.
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PCDN May 22
Great to see the story of one of our favorite. in the world at the , Robi Damelin. The org she is a member of the should win a for their brave, innovative and transformative work.
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The Forgiveness Proj May 23
The F Word: Stories of which is currently on display , , NE has been extended through May 30. Such a wonderful opportunity!
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The Forgiveness Proj May 23
Replying to @walkamileuk
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The Forgiveness Proj May 23
Replying to @walkamileuk
Thank you Chris! We are biased, but we couldn't agree more.
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Chris Young May 23
If ever there was a time to read a book about forgiveness, it’s now. I don’t think I’m overstating it when I say I love this book!
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The Forgiveness Proj May 23
"[Forgiveness] requires a broad perspective, namely understanding that life is morally complicated, that people behave in despicable ways and that some things can never be explained."
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The Forgiveness Proj May 22
Thanks, we'll take a look.
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Margot Van Sluytman  Raven Speaks May 22
Since these words below were written Sawbonna is now called a new Model of Restorative Justice & a new Social Justice Model. Yesterday five citations of Sawbonna were noted. Today Sawbonna is being shared in London UK
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The Forgiveness Proj May 22
This is why is such an important and timely initiative.
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The Forgiveness Proj May 22
Replying to @melina_cian
Did you mean our organisation?
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The Forgiveness Proj May 22
"Facing up to Bob C. has enabled me to see him eye to eye with empowered adult boundaries. Ultimately, I know he did not steal my core sense of self." - Susan Waters
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rick kelly May 20
Resources | The Forgiveness Project
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