If you wait until you’re ready to forgive, you’ll never do it; Part 3 of 3

Marcus Doe, in his third of three broadcasts, upon returning to Liberia for 5 weeks, was amongst the warriors who were in the war when he was a boy. “They started telling me their stories, sleeping with alcohol to numb the pain.” In the barber shop, he was asked, “Why did you come back?” Marcus says, “I came back for people like you.” He comments, “If you have to wait until you’re ready to forgive, you’ll never do it.” Marcus continues, “Forgiveness affects every person in the world.” In Liberia, Marcus noticed something: “I saw a common thread, particularly among men; unforgiveness and fatherlessness.” “My work is to re-weave the fabric; in the prison system and the school system.”

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