forgiveness

forgiveness

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BY September 22, 2011

Two thoroughly humorous and enriching animated shorts on teshuva (repentance) + slicha (forgiveness) from artist Hanan Harchol

BY May 20, 2011

A nourishing story of forgiveness, mercy, and redemption. Yes, StoryCorps does it again.

BY November 23, 2010

The director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Project connects the dots between compassion and vulnerability.

BY May 09, 2010

I think about two weeks after that conversation, I picked up the phone and a small voice on the other side said, 'Hi, this is your friend.'

BY April 03, 2010

A listener's story about a heinous crime reminds one of Desmond Tutu speaking about forgiveness during the South African truth and reconciliation process.

BY March 27, 2010

Getting Revenge and Forgiveness with Michael McCulloughWe originally produced “Getting Revenge and Forgiveness” in the bitter midst of the 2008 election season. And when we first decided on the current program schedule just weeks ago, we had no idea that this show would land in another dramatic moment of recriminatory public emotion, over health care and other issues, in an already charged political climate.

BY September 24, 2009

As the glitz of the Emmys starts to fade, and the cast of 30 Rock laugh and smile all the way back to New York with their third consecutive Best Comedy Series award, I am reminded of our pal Oscar Wilde. The writers for 30 Rock and the late playwright are all masters of wise-cracking, snappy writing and to us impart their brand of wisdom (usually backhanded).

I watched a production of “The Importance of Being Earnest,” last week, which had all the puns, double-speak, and plot twists as any of the best modern day sit-coms. In the last scene of the play, Jack finds out that a lie he’s been telling other people for years is actually true and offers this simple act of apology… sort of.

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BY August 02, 2009

The story of a woman whose son was murdered, and her struggle to end the cycle of violence in north Minneapolis.

BY November 11, 2008

Sometimes forgiveness comes easiest to the youngest of us.

BY November 09, 2008

Marie Howe uses poetry to explore disagreement + the distance between people.

BY November 07, 2008

Our intern draws upon music suggestions as she reflects on global reaction to U.S. politics.

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BY November 03, 2008

The story of a woman whose son was murdered, and her struggle to end the cycle of violence in north Minneapolis.

BY September 10, 2008

We asked for your song recommendations, and you delivered scores of them.

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