To move beyond past wrongs - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor


Shedding our ‘victim’ label frees us.

As a recent Monitor editorial explains, many nations hang on to historic, sometimes even ancient, wrongs done to them by other countries (“Ending modern wars driven by ancient wrongs,” CSMonitor.com, Oct. 19, 2016). This collective sense of victimhood too often drives foreign policy in the direction of aggression and war, bringing tremendous suffering on innocent people. It may be easy for you and me to see the folly of nations dredging up long-gone reasons for war, instead of recognizing the benefits of moving forward toward greater peace and cooperation. But are we always awake to the ways in which we ourselves hang on to past wrongs done to us – and the mental, emotional, and even physical suffering this can bring? Read more.

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