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Forgiving the Unforgivable BookI have a very special book to share with you today called “Forgiving the Unforgivable”.

It tells the inspirational, true story of how survivors of the 2008 Mumbai Terrorist attack forgave their attackers. The book also shares how to learn to unconditionally forgive others (and yourself), through  a holistic practice that is practical and transformational.

Many are praising this breakthrough book:

From the foreword by Eckhart Tolle:

“This book invites you to discover a timeless and formless identity beyond the content of your mind.”

Marianne Williamson wrote,

“Every story of the human journey, every reflection on the appearance of evil, every admonition to triumph over hatred through the power of love – it’s all in here. This is a remarkable book.”

Neale Donald Walsch wrote:

“You are holding in your hands a book that you will never forget. Ever. It will stun your mind, open your heart and connect you directly with your soul.”

Master Charles Cannon’s Forgiving the Unforgivable provides you with tips and tools to begin meeting every challenge with love and forgiveness, regardless of what others do.

Order your copy of “Forgiving the Unforgivable” now and you’ll also get access to a huge amount of free gifts.

http://forgivingtheunforgivable.com

ATFT Foundation Relief work

“…a grace they had longed for…”

The following is a brief excerpt from an upcoming article about the work our ATFT Foundation just completed in Uganda.

This is why we believe our trauma relief work is so very important.

“Several of the those participating had been at the Lachor seminary in 2003 when LRA rebels attacked. Government troops counterattacked, unleashing a two hour gunfight at the seminary. But the rebels succeeded, kidnapping 41 teenage boys, marching them, roped in a long column, away to be conscripted into their guerrilla army. Three people were killed.

The priests’ anguish as they silently reflected on their memories of this horror was palpable. As their fellow priests, newly trained, treated them, all watching were eased to feel it pass, like a great oppressive weight lifting from the room. Several of the those treated were transformed, explaining to us the profound compassion and forgiveness they now felt, compassion even for the rebels. This was a grace that they had longed for but had resignedly feared they would never know in this life.”

The ATFT Foundation team trained nearly 500 Ugandans, treated almost that many and left an infrastructure with TFT to serve 500,000 people in Uganda.

You can visit the ATFT Foundation site here for more information.