When faced with the question of what we can do to change and improve the world, one of the most radical and challenging answers is to learn to begin forgiving others for what they have done to us. In this powerful and moving book, Prokofieff shows how the forces that lead to forgiveness can be developed consciously and freely. Without preaching a morality of forgiveness, he sets before us the spiritual facts that speak for themselves.
From Tsarist Russia and the Nazi concentration camps to the early battles in the history of the Anthroposophical Society, the author offers striking examples of those who have been able to forgive frequently terrible crimes. He provides a multilayered analysis, pointing to the beneficial consequences of every act of forgiveness. As he develops his theme, the importance of forgiving—not simply for personal salvation, but for the advancement and benefit of human evolution—is revealed in all its healing truth.
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