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Since I was the only non-Albanian in the mosque that day, I had absolutely no idea what to do and when to do it during the ritualistic-heavy ceremony.

Realizing my learning curve was becoming a distraction, I spotted a bench all alone in the back of the room. I figured it was there for spectators like me.

I made my way to the bench and, for the first time since stepping foot in this place, I felt my body relax. Perhaps that’s why, when the back few rows of people turned around and started to yell, it took me a few seconds to realize they were yelling at me. Read More

The Real Danger of Unforgiveness

How refusing to forgive past wrongs undermines our ability to build healthy relationships moving forward. Read More

7 Things to Remember About Healing From Past Pain and Tragedy

Healing after tragedy strikes is a long, hard process. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you're going through it. Read More

How Letting Go of Baggage Saved My Life

It's harder to cling to joy than pain. But it's well worth the effort. Read More

Forgiveness Isn’t Supposed to be Easy

Learning to work through pain and forgive, even if we can't forget. Read More

The Rwandan Genocide: 20 Years Later

Two decades after the start of the Rwandan genocide, what we can learn from a nation's healing Read More