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<div><img align="right" hspace="20" src="https://onbeing.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/022219_Becoming_Wise_FinalArtwork_iTunes_1PM.jpg?resize=320,320" width="320" height="320" alt="Healing Through Story | Desmond Tutu" /><p>The last episode of season 2. Archbishop Desmond Tutu is one of our wisest models on the territory of reckoning with past wrongs that infuse and haunt the present. In the 1990s, he helped galvanize South Africa’s peaceful transition to democracy after decades of white supremacy as the law of the land. He tells a story from his time chairing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which granted amnesty to those who would fully confess their crimes — of how healing and human redemption unfold. “Human beings can leave you speechless, really. They can leave you speechless by the horrible things they do, but they also leave you speechless with the incredible things,” he says.</p> <p>Desmond Tutu is an Anglican archbishop emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He has written numerous books for adults and children — including “The Rainbow People of God” and, together with his good friend the Dalai Lama, “The Book of Joy.”</p> <p>Find the transcript at onbeing.org.</p> </div>