Years after the Lifeline expedition to Haiti the work of reconciliation continues in other nations affected by slavery and the consequent issues between black and white people groups. Joseph Zintzeme continues to carry the standard, finding new ways to bring healing and life to those under the yoke of history. …
Reflecting on Reconciliation and Peace with Joseph Zintseme
By Adraina Garces, Cultural Enterpriser, Colombia
Objective: to share the experiences over the processes of reconciliation and peace, as well as social justice and restitution that have been witnessed in other countries with the aim of applying those observations to a Colombian context.
Cali, Feb 2017
To speak about reconciliation in these times is an invitation to reencounter our saviour and teacher, Jesus Christ, because it is only when we embrace God as our Celstial Father that we can be renewed in our feelings and thoughts. To surpass the dark history we have lived, whatever the history, and we take a step towards love and fraternity.
Reconciliation frees, allowing one to submerge themselves in the waters of joy, to have new dreams, it restores the fallen gates; put to arrive to this it is necessary to first look at oneself in the mirror…
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