Personal story

Josephine's Story

My name is Josephine Murphy; I am glad to share my story with you because I know that I can use it to touch and change other people's lives. I wouldn't be the same person I am today without the things I have seen in my life. I hope that my story will help others to get stronger for whatever situation they are facing today. My twin sister and I are the 7th and 8th of 10 children not including 3 adopted ones. We were born in Burundi but my family is from Rwanda. We had a lot of struggles as it is for most African families.

Josephine Murphy

Forgiveness is the Most Powerful Tool for Change

I survived the Tutsi genocide in 1994, but tragically, I lost my parents, brothers and sister.

Jean Paul Samputu

Peace the Only Option

Modise Phekouyane, a former inmate of Robben Island for anti-apartheid activities in South Africa, shares how forgiveness replaced his hatred for his former oppressors.

Modise Phekouyane
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