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Issue 66: Can You Forgive Me?

"Forgiveness does not relieve someone of responsibility for what they have done. Forgiveness does not erase accountability. It is not about turning a blind eye or even turning the other cheek. It is not about letting someone off the hook or saying it is okay to do something monstrous. Forgiveness is simply about understanding that every one of us is both inherently good and inherently flawed. Within every hopeless situation and every seemingly hopeless person lies the possibility of transformation." - Desmond Tutu, “The Book of Forgiving: The Fourfold Path for Healing Ourselves and Our World”

In this issue, we consider the various facets of reconciliation and forgiveness — how we need these relational commitments for our survival, and also how they may fail to address major shortcomings or restoration.

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Virginia Duan, Kevin Hu, Trevor Jeyaraj, Sandhya Jha, Erna Kim Hackett, and Joshua Chun Wah Kam, Daniel D. Lee, Hatty Lee, Promise Li, Serena Lin, Gloria H. Potamus Michael Stalcup, Brandon Tacadena Bill Watanabe, and Bradley Yam

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