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Fred Luskin

The director of the trailblazing Stanford University Forgiveness Projects shares what he has learned from two decades of helping people let go of their grudges. More about Fred Luskin.

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Forgiveness Requires Gratitude

August 2010 | TRT 5:38

Fred Luskin explains why cultivating gratitude and compassion helps people to forgive.

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Listened to Forgiveness requires gratitude. The same priniciples you are teaching were taught so many years ago by Jesus. Every bit of this is in the Bible. Why this has been a mystery to so many I’ll never know. When will psychologist or psychiatrist ever realize this? I think they do. They just want to make money teaching people what they can learn by reading the Bible an spending time in prayer. ; )

Debby | 4:51 am, February 11, 2011 | Link

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