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Written by Larry Roeder, Editor
August 24, 2016

                Madame Irene Laure, a member of the French Parliament, was a leader in the French Resistance during World War II.  After the war, she found that her intense hatred of her enemies wouldn't allow her to be in the same room with Germans – even when she saw them at a conference sponsored by Pennsburg native Dr. Frank N. D. Buchman's Moral Re-Armament group.  One of the group's purposes was to help people and nations reconcile after the war.

                After an intense inner struggle, during which she locked herself in her room for three days, Laure finally realized she had to ask the Germans to forgive her for her hatred.  Her breakthrough affected the hearts of everyone at the conference.

                Merriam Webster gives the simple definition of reconciliation as "the act of causing two people or groups to become friendly again after an argument or disagreement."...



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