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A few months after we decided to put together a fundraising concert on behalf of the Asante Children’s Choir  I was having lunch with a good friend who pastors a church nearby and he asked me if I had read the article in the NY Times about the effort toward reconciliation that was taking place in Rwanda. 824 more words

Perpetrator Vs. Victim

If you live a destructive life and continue hurting the ones who help you most time and again and are always there for you but you choose to continue a destructive life and make poor decisions they are then choices not mistakes. 239 more words

Child criminals are victims — twice over

The arrest of 12 and 13 year old boys for aggravated robbery and murder respectively in West Auckland a couple of weeks ago highlights a growing malaise in society. 49 more words

Philip's Blog

Guilt & Grace #1

When we perceive imperfection in any form, humanity looks to blame someone or something. We like to draw a line and be able to distinguish who is the victim and who is the perpetrator. 73 more words

Whodunit?

A man walked onto the set of a popular TV procedural drama.* He was the featured guest star, so obviously he would be playing the perpetrator. 25 more words

You are the Director

There is a lot to be learned when you “step out” of yourself and see the world from an observer’s point of view, rather than a participant. 554 more words

Safeguards

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 27th 2012)

Procedures

Safeguards are only as effective as the zeal to enforce them – the Lynette White Inquiry is a classic example of that, as is the use of DNA testing. 676 more words