Project Forgiveness 2009

Welcome to Project Forgiveness. Here, we collect and post videos, emails, postcards and other expressions of regret from those who seek to forgive and from those who wish to express regret.

In the days leading up to the Jewish New Year, we offer this forum as a first step. It is our hope that sharing thoughts of forgiveness online will translate into actual forgiveness between individuals in the days to come.

How to participate? It's simple. Send us your "sorry" (upload a video to youtube and send us the link) or email us at: forgiveness or mail to:

Project Forgiveness
WPR
P.O. Box 5134
Bergenfield, NJ 07621

We accept postcards, emails, powerpoint, art, music, video and more!

August 1, 2006

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I sent this to the person for whom it was intended.

Feel free to forward to someone if you want to express the same.

Rachmiel Shmaya said...

Mr. Gibson-
Actions speak louder than words. A bomb more powerful than a stick. An anti-semitic remark much stronger than an apology. Back up the words you support (today) with actions.
Rachmiel Shmaya

TommyS said...

I PARTIALLY FORGIVE HIM NOW HE HAS TO DEMONSTRATE AGAIN AND AGAIN THAT HE IS WORKING ON CHANGING INTERNALLY. ONCE HE DOES THAT I COULD FORGIVE WHAT HE HAS DONE. HE COULD START BY UNDOING THE DAMAGE HIS MOVIE PASSION OF CHRIST.

Anonymous said...

ABSOLUTELY NOT, HE HAPPEND TO SAY WHAT WAS BURRIED DEEP IN HIS HEART AND MIND

Ben Plonie said...

Sure I forgive him, assuming this means I won't bother thinking about him. Whereas I might have thought he was a good guy, and mistaken with that stupid snuff movie of his, he is now just part of the scenery.

No skin off my nose. What's the harm, we have never met and never will. I just would never trust him, his judgment nor his intentions.

Anonymous said...

There is no way I will forgive Mel Gibson..The truth comes out when a person is drunk..No matter what he says now means nothing to me..