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Learning to embrace forgiveness helps many move forward after 9/11

By Pat Gee

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 03, 2011

~~<p>Michael North was flying to New York for a meeting at the World Trade Center when Islamic terrorists slammed two planes into the Twin Towers.</p>
<p>&quot;The effect on all our lives, and our families, was and is profound,&quot; said North, an international business executive and member of the Hawaii Forgiveness Project. &quot;Yet resolution, some healing and gratitude has come with time. Even forgiveness.&quot;</p>
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Michael North was flying to New York for a meeting at the World Trade Center when Islamic terrorists slammed two planes into the Twin Towers.

"The effect on all our lives, and our families, was and is profound," said North, an international business executive and member of the Hawaii Forgiveness Project. "Yet resolution, some healing and gratitude has come with time. Even forgiveness." Login for more...



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