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To gain a greater understanding and appreciation for one another 
through the  sharing of our stories.  

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Has Practicing Forgiveness Helped You?
The word “forgiveness” means different things to different people. Forgiving ourselves or others may be hard because emotions such as fear and resentment get in the way. Once we forgive, these emotions often dissipate.

Research shows that forgiveness may be good for our health. Some of life's events are harder to get past than others. Forgiving does not mean forgetting or condoning, but rather increasing understanding, and acceptance. 

Has practicing forgiveness helped you? Share your story - it may help othersEnter your name or anonymous and your comments (up to 1,000 characters or 3 paragraphs).

Featured Videos 

Compassionate Listening
Listening with compassion, without judging or offering advice is difficult to do. Yet, it can be very helpful in addressing people's day to day concerns and in handling societal conflict.

Steve Chappell, WGVU 

Thich Nhat Hanh on Compassionate Listening
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh says listening can help end the suffering of an individual, put an end to war and change the world for the better. Watch as he explains how to practice compassionate listening.

What is Forgiveness?  

Video clip featuring Dr. Fred Luskin, Stanford University
(credit: Institute of Noetic Sciences / Shift in Action)