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I always enjoy Mark Swinney's articles, and the one by him on forgiveness in the February 3 issue ["How do I begin to forgive?"] is no exception. Forgiveness is a theme that seems to have endless possibilities on which to expound.
Although Mr. Swinney didn't specifically touch on the aspect of individual freedom, he did mention it at the very end of his article. I have been made painfully aware that one's own health and harmony depend on his or her capacity to forgive. I am happy to confess that my reflexes for responding in a forgiving manner are much faster than in former days, when stomach pains and countless other discordant conditions were the unwanted consequences of holding on to a grudge.
with contributions from John Paciorek, Philippa Muldoon, Dean Parkins, Elizabeth Walling
items of interest
with contributions from Debra Goldman, Jean Underwood
A REASONED HOPE
By Ron Ballard
momentum toward peace
By Dave Hohle
A woman's work in public office
By Warren Bolon Senior Writer
'Getting outside the doors'—a story of hope and inspiration
By Marilyn Jones Senior Writer
A late-night call for HELP
By Charles Rankin
The Jesus I've always wanted to know better
By Kim Shippey Senior Writer
WHAT WOULD JESUS SEE?
Hope lightens mental darkness
By Lois Rae Carlson
Full recovery from serious car accident
Growth is healed through prayer
Do Michael and Gabriel get along?