Forgiveness means different things to different people. The great thing about restorative justice is you can decide for yourself what it means for you and how you might use is.
To some forgiveness means taking someone back into a relationship after they have wrongly hurt you, but to others it means simply accepting what has [...]
On June 29, 2008 I did the Bali International Triathlon for one of my best friends, Vi Jones-Medusky. Vi is a great surfer, marathon runner (PR 3:28) and Ironman triathlete who encouraged me to do them too, “Come on Lorenn, it’s really fun!” she said. Always smiling and cheerful, that’s Vi.
Four years ago, while running the [...]
On June 24, 2008 I spent the day in Yogyakarta a.k.a. Jogjakarta, on Java, the main Indonesian island. It took a lot of work by a great woman, Zunly Nadia, and after several months of paper work, I was allowed to visit a prison. The prison which I am standing in front of below houses 446 [...]