global forgiveness challenge

The difference between couples who make it and couples who break up is simple: the couples who make it "repair" the relationship after they've hurt each other.
Desmond Tutu joins HuffPost Live and talks about how he agrees with John Kerry's "apartheid" statement.
It might seem odd to want to help those who have offended, injured or hurt others, but I'm persuaded that simply condemning and persecuting those who offend, those who fail, is not a healthy way forward.
If I could speak to the person who killed Angela, I would tell them that I don't have the words to say just how sad I am. I would say, "Look what has happened to us."
There were no representatives from Syria, Iraq or North Korea at Nelson Mandela's memorial. This is not just about paying respects, this is about the fate of our global community.
We strongly believe that it is time -- and not too late -- for the United States to apologize for the war in Iraq.
It's not okay to be injured. It's not okay to be abused. It's not okay to be violated. It's not okay to be betrayed. But it is okay to forgive.