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The power to forgive

Original post made on Sep 28, 2008

Eva Mozes Kor, a 72-year-old spitfire of a real estate agent, is rolling toward another sale in Terre Haute, Indiana. In a scene from a film about her life, she pounds a "For Sale" sign into the grass. She shows off the house's crown moldings. She rarely stops talking.

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Posted by rose young-stewart
a resident of another community
on Sep 28, 2008 at 7:45 pm

Ms. Kor says she has forgiven Dr Mengele. I believe deep in her heart she harbors resentment against him . No one on earth could forgive someone as inhumane and cruel, uncaring while feeling justified in his actions, no one could truly forgive.
It is only my opinion.


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