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Power of Forgiveness

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  • Rochester Friends Meeting

    84 Scio Street, Rochester, NY (map)

    43.158115 -77.599007

  • Pacho[masked] (if any questions)
  • Entrance is on Charlotte St.  (corner of Scio st)  Please Ring Doorbell

    Pacho is a member of the Friends Meeting as well as Thought Exchange.

    Doors open @ 6:30pm- Video Starts Promptly at 7pm

    The simple act of forgiveness can have profound consequences, and in this documentary filmmaker Martin Doblmeier explores the personal and spiritual transformation experienced by those who somehow summoned the power to forgive others for their transgressions. After studying the concept of forgiveness for the past two decades, researchers have finally begun to understand the true power of forgiveness. Recently, clinicians have found that by helping people learn to forgive, they can help them lead more meaningful and productive lives. In this film Doblmeier travels from the Amish countryside to Ground Zero and Northern Ireland in order to explore the power of forgiveness alongside Noble Laureate Elie Wiesel, Reverend James Forbes, Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh, and best-selling authors Marianne Williamson and Thomas Moore. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


    Thought Exchange is a non-profit group dedicated to the expansion of consciousness.  All media used is for educational purposes only.


    Afterwards, there will be a discussion and food session where we discuss the benefits and lessons of this subject in relation to ourselves and others. Bring a dish to pass, not required, but encouraged.

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  • Jackie M.

    I so believe in the power of forgiveness. Also, if you don't judge, there is nothing to forgive.

    1 · August 19


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