Pilgrimage of Forgiveness

Sennott, Charles M.
November 2003
America;11/10/2003, Vol. 189 Issue 15, p8
Relates the lesson learned by a war correspondent in the Middle East concerning forgiveness. Suffering experienced by the journalist's brother; Treatment received by a Fedayeen soldier during a war; Definition of forgiveness according to Robert Frost.


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