|News from the Hawai’i Forgiveness Project:|
|A Great Hero of Forgiveness|
Has Passed Away
Friend to the Hawai’i Forgiveness Project for nearly 20 years
A sad but grateful note: Dr. Gerald G. Jampolsky, one of the founders of the worldwide Forgiveness movement, passed away on December 29.
He and his lifelong companion, Diane Cirincione, have been friends to the Hawai’i Forgiveness Project since we started, and they have been present at many annual Forgiveness Days.
A long, fruitful and epic life.
Their global work in Attitudinal Healing, their writings, recordings, words and actions, have changed the lives of millions of people around the world for many decades.
Hope for peace and reconciliation in our world is born and supported by the work of this magical couple.
We send our sincere condolences to Dr. Diane Cirincione; Diane, we know that Jerry’s work lives on in you, and you will extend its savor in the years to come, with your unique touch, your smile and grace.
In honor of Jerry Jampolsky, we’re holding a Forgiveness Zoom this Friday:
Time: Jan 15, 2021
4:00 PM Hawaii
Join Zoom Meeting
phone instructions below
Did you know Jerry? Did you meet him, share time a growth with him, see him at work, hear him speak? Or perhaps just read one of his many profound books?
Then we’d like to hear from you. Will you contact us, tell us a bit about you and what you’d like to see about our Forgiveness Hero? We’ll give you up to 10 minutes to share with everyone on the Zoom call.
Send an email to Roger Epstein, he will line things up.
To reconnect with Jerry Jampolsky, here is a video, shared a few days ago by his family:In Loving Memory
Complimentary meeting, open to all
Friday, January 15, 2021
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Central Pacific (Hawai’i) Time
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 870 5736 3824
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The Queen’s Prayer:Mai nânâ `ino`ino
Nâ hewa o kânaka Akä e huikala
A ma`ema`e nô Do not be angry
About the errors of manBut forgive
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