I thought this was something appropriate to share at a time when many are in a state of prayer and reflection. One of the things that I am struggling with and have thus decided to explore as part of my little project is forgiveness. I honestly have no idea how I'm going to make myself accomplish this one. Jumping out of a plane and finishing a marathon seem more plausible to me right now than that. But this project is more than just about conquering challenges and diving into adventure. It's ultimately about being the best person that I can be, and I know that part of that means not allowing myself to be weighed down by contempt. But as anyone who's ever been terribly wronged knows, this is one incredibly difficult thing to do. I thought one step to getting there would be to explore what different faiths have to say about forgiveness. There are a series of clips by the Fetzer Institute (a fascinating organization, by the way) which I found on YouTube. They're all pretty riveting, but today I thought I'd share this clip which asks, "Do you need justice for forgiveness?"