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Learning to Reconcile When Hope Dies
By Trinda Jocelyn It was abnormally late when I picked up the phone. My mother’s name was lighting up the screen. I tapped the green dot, put the phone to my ear, and heard her voice say, “Your dad passed away today.” That was five years ago. I don’t remember much of the conversation after that, I do remember the feeling. Sadness and relief at the same time and then guilt for feeling the relief. My father and I were not close. He was not close to any of his daughters. He left shortly after I…
Reconciliation is an Open Door
By Beckey Franke Reconciliation is a blessing, even though it can be a difficult process in most situations. This reconciliation word takes me back to when I was a child and had to tell my parents when I did something bad. I worried about their reaction and what kind of fight would ensue and then worried about the pending punishment. As I grew older and became a parent, I remember how proud I was of my children when they came to me to reconcile in truth and honesty. It didn’t happen as much as I would have liked it…
The Gift of Reconciliation
By Katelyn Stamler Reconciliation has always felt like a heavy word to me. I was first introduced to the concept in university. As a student in the education program at the U of R, we were presented with the topic early and often. I still remember the horrible feeling in my stomach as I sat through my first ECS 100 lecture. There was a guest speaker that night and she came in to talk about reconciliation with Indigenous people. The entire point of her lecture seemed to be that as white Canadians we were responsible for the atrocities…
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