Fred Rogers was not blind to evil, but he still taught love in the face of it. His real neighborhood under attack, his neighbors showed love and forgiveness that can teach and inspire us all.
Jirga has a clear message to the Taliban, Westerners, and other Afghans - even in the horror of warfare you can’t escape moral accountability.
On World Mental Health Day, a philosopher explains how to learn from the stoicism of Roman philosophers.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is first and foremost, a spiritual leader, a man of deep prayer. This motivated his participation in supporting South Africa's liberation struggle.
A scholar explains how mercy could be a simple act of opening oneself to those with opposing views.
Can the Nazis be forgiven? A rabbi explains why this question needs a more profound examination of some of Judaism's deepest ethical mores and theological beliefs
The presidential turkey pardoning draws on a language of forgiveness common to many religious traditions.
Research shows that even four-year-olds feel better after an apology and view people who apologize as nicer than those who don't.
Can Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Dylann Roof be forgiven — and should they? Forgiveness is not an isolated, one-time act but a longer commitment to acceptance back into a community.
New research suggests that there is a link between the grudges we bear and our memories of the events in question
It is much easier for people to forgive those who wrong them when some form of punishment is involved. Led by Peter Strelan…