A Story of Radical Forgiveness: The Unabomber

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I discovered a remarkable story of reconciliation the other day involving the Unabomber’s brother and one of the Unabomber’s targets.

“If Gary Wright wanted nothing to do with anyone with the last name of Kaczynski, few would blame him. Even David Kaczynski would understand.

After all, it was Kaczynski’s brother, Ted, who tried to kill Wright with a bomb outside his Utah office in 1987. The blast sent him flying through the air, and more than 200 pieces of shrapnel tore into his body, some shards severing nerves in his left arm.

But David Kaczynski and Wright have forged the type of bond that has taken them canoeing in the Adirondacks together and touring the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. They also travel the nation for speaking engagements about pain and reconciliation.”

For the rest of the story, read here.

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