Your latest issue of CONNECTIONS (for week of 11/07/10) is now available at: http://connectionsnews.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/connections-11072010/
Here’s an interesting little teaser to think about:
STUDY: AMERICANS CRAVE FORGIVENESS BUT ARE CHOOSY ON DISPENSING IT
Most Americans have a desire for more forgiveness in their lives, but they are more critical when choosing who to forgive, according to a new survey.
Sixty-two percent of American adults said they need more forgiveness in their personal lives, and 94% wanted to see more forgiveness in the country, according to a study by the Michigan-based Fetzer Institute.
“Americans express a near-universal desire for a more loving and unified world,” said the “Survey of Love and Forgiveness in American Society,” released on Oct. 28.
Researchers found that even though the US is composed of people who are usually forgiving, more than half of Americans said there are situations where people should never be forgiven, including abuse, sexual crimes, murder and other intentionally committed crimes…. Read this in full at
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Min. Frank Coleman