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When it comes to forgiveness, faith and science agree on the benefits

In a joint op-ed for Religion News Service, Dr. Andrew Serazin of Templeton World Charity Foundation and Prof. Dr. Azza Karam of Religions for Peace International Religious write that leaders around the world have seen firsthand that fostering and practicing forgiveness has the power to transform deep-seated responses to memories and legacies of injustice, conflict and war. Faith and spiritual traditions have long guided and inspired us to awaken the best of our human potential, to practice love, mercy, forgiveness and reconciliation and to reshape our destinies.

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