Mindblowing film ‘Beyond Right and Wrong’ about the power of dialogue

“In Beyond Right & Wrong, a woman who survived the death of her five children wonders if she can forgive the man who killed them. A victim’s daughter strikes up an unusual friendship with the bomber who killed her father. And two men—one Palestinian, one Israeli—form a bond after tragedies claim their daughters. These survivors of conflicts in Rwanda, Northern Ireland and Israel-Palestine share their stories of loss and recovery in their own words.”

I’m still reeling from watching this.  Make yourself a cup of tea and take an hour out of your day to discover the immense courage and understanding of those who have been hit hardest by acts of war.  Hear their stories and how they have taken steps to meet those who carried out these atrocities face-to-face.  These are accounts of utter devastation, yet there is a common desire to help prevent such atrocities from continuing (and others from suffering in the same way), and a search for peace and understanding that leads to conversation.

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Thankyou for watching.

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