Thich Nhat Hanh
Apr 26, 2016-- "For more than 50 years, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (in Spanish, FARC) have been fighting a guerrilla war for social justice. In response, the rich and powerful created paramilitary forces to defend the existing social order. On both sides, those doing the fighting are mostly poor villagers and workers." In this interview, we learn of an extraordinary and unlikely friendship between Ciliana, a former member of the Paramilitary forces, and Claudia, a former FARC member -- both serving prison terms in a prison that houses women sentenced for violence on all sides of the conflict. Claudia and Ciliana are cellmates -- and best friends. In the midst of a divisive world they are exploring the meaning of forgiveness and reconciliation (7147 reads)
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Distance is meant to relate, not separate.
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