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I have just read "Violence is no way forward" in the issue of May 12 about former terrorist Christine Hewicker. What courage and humility she has, to tell her life story and to be traveling around her country in order to inform others so they can be awake and alert to the pull of hatred and anger: That is some turnaround from being behind bars to having your picture on the front of the Sentinel. At first I didn't think the article would be of much interest to me, but when I started reading it, I could relate myself (in a smaller way) to what she went through.
I attended a Christian Science Sunday School from a young age up until I was 20, and then I drifted away for about 15 years and even became anti-religion. For a number of years if anyone religious was near me, I would use swear words that I knew would offend them; however, I did notice that they did not react, which rather took the "bite" away. I tried to rob people of their happy marriages and relationships.
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with contributions from Kim Roberts, Paul A. Roberts, Edward Lee Pitts
One traveler's road map for better relations between nations
By Warren Bolon Senior Writer
They 'walked in PEACE with God'
with contributions from Makengo Ma Pululu
The Sadhu of Nairobi
By Karim Ajania
Larry Dossey: Reflections of a pathfinder in spirituality and health
with contributions from Larry Dossey
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God's care for both of us
By Shirley Paulson
African American spiritual journeys
By Marilyn Jones Senior Writer
Room for understanding
By Ginny Luedeman
Is it right to forgive?
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A one–word prayer: 'No!'
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Cláudia Cristina Proença Pinho
Trust in God brings resources