"There is no future without forgiveness." Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Are you renting out space in your head on a grievance? Are you struggling with regrets? Do you have a longing for revenge that keeps you awake at night? If you realize that you're banging your head against a wall, then it's time to join the journey to forgiveness. Stanford's Dr. Fred Luskin states that learning to forgive is a trainable life skill and is good for our physical and emotional health, reducing blood pressure, anger, anxiety and stress, and increases hope, compassion and wellness. Holding a grudge is hazardous for your health! If you are ready to begin your journey to forgiveness, there are many resources here for you!
Who is Lyndon Harris
Lyndon Harris is an inspirational speaker, forgiveness coach, and workshop leader who came kicking and screaming to the work of forgiveness. His journey to forgiveness began at Ground Zero on the morning of 9/11/01.
Serving as the priest in charge of St. Paul's Chapel, he initiated a volunteer force that rose to over15,000: serving meals, offering supplies and giving encouragement to the rescue workers 24/7 until the site was closed eight and a half months later. His work has been covered in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and featured in the award winning documentary, The Power of Forgiveness.
After 9/11/01, Harris partnered with forgiveness researcher, Dr. Frederic Luskin (Stanford) and several other activists and forgiveness luminaries to founded the educational non-profit Gardens of Forgiveness.