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Monday, 08 January, 2007

Forgiveness is not just a one-off event but a decision for a way of life. Whatever the deficiencies in our spiritual lives, the forgiveness muscle is not too far gone to benefit from a little strengthening.
Forgiveness is not just a one-off event but a decision for a way of life. Whatever the deficiencies in our spiritual lives, the forgiveness muscle is not too far gone to benefit from a little strengthening.

Friday, 03 February, 2006

In Britain in the past year, unexpected responses to tragedy have caught the attention of the media, and have inspired many.

Sunday, 01 January, 2006

Occasionally some individual act that runs counter to perceived notions of human behaviour catches the public imagination and becomes widely acknowledged, even praised.

Thursday, 01 December, 2005

When a former member of the Hitler Youth spoke in a New York synagogue, a fractured family was reunited.

Tuesday, 03 May, 2005

On the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe, a tribute to the greatness of those who built the subsequent peace.

Friday, 05 November, 2004

On the night of 14/15 November 1940 much of the city centre of Coventry, including the 14th-century cathedral, was destroyed. Yet, only six weeks after the bombing the cathedral’s provost, Dick Howard, did a BBC broadcast from the ruins asking the British people to say “No” to revenge and “Yes” to forgiveness.

Monday, 06 September, 2004

New York Christians have raised money to rebuild a mosque in Afghanistan. It is a striking example of how religion can strengthen the human community.

Tuesday, 06 April, 2004

In 1946 a group of Swiss, at great personal sacrifice, bought the rundown Caux Palace Hotel above Montreux as a place where the combatant nations of World War 11 could meet.

Friday, 19 March, 2004

Does the old VCR suggest any life lessons for us, young and old, particularly before it becomes extinct? Is there a message in its well-worn keys?

Thursday, 29 January, 2004

On the night of 14/15 November 1940 much of the Coventry city centre was destroyed. Yet, only six weeks after the bombing the cathedral’s provost, Dick Howard, did a radio broadcast from the ruins asking the British people to say ‘No’ to revenge and ‘Yes’ to forgiveness.

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