“Ongoing Forgiveness is key to the Development of a Nation, Overcoming Horrors of the Past.”
I recently spent some time in Rwanda. Both Rwanda and my home nation of South Africa had history altering events happen twenty years ago.
The Rwandan genocide saw two tribes kill over one million people in just a few short months.
- Both nations experienced historical events.
- Both nations used forgiveness as a tool to move forward.
Rwanda enacted many laws and engaged in forgiveness-based exercises. They outlawed the use of any “tribe” or “ethnicity” on public documents. Many of the genocide participants reconcile through revealing the location of bodies of their victims to the surviving family members.