By Maya Trabulsi, KPBS
When Thomas Dooley was writing his poem "Aunt Peggy," he was preoccupied with understanding forgiveness.
Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming reflects on the Amish community's ability to forgive the killer of the school-house shootings. She discusses how this characteristic is exemplary and should be practiced.
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