Forgiveness Goes “Viral” as Need for a Real Solution Intensifies in a World Ravaged by Personal and Political Conflict

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A Course In Miracles International Event Organizers for International Forgiveness Week and Weekend of Perfect Peace join with others to spread the word.

Project Forgive

Forgiveness brings genuine liberation to the mind bound by fear and torment. Any project whose aim is to avail the world of this simple solution, is wholly worthy of support.

A new movement, known as “Project Forgive” has caught the attention of International Forgiveness Week and Weekend of Perfect Peace event organizers, who today confirmed that specially selected video clips from the movement will be shown at the Miracles Healing Center in Wisconsin Dells, WI, during the ten-day celebration of International Forgiveness Week and Weekend of Perfect Peace from September 14 through September 23, 2012.

According to a statement by representatives of 'Project Forgive', “A 'little' video on forgiveness has gone viral and we didn't even use YouTube! Maybe you've seen it? In the last three weeks, it has been posted by thousands on Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and in lots of media, such as Inc. Magazine, ABC, NBC and CBS radio to name a few.”

“The video and forgiveness movement is the brainchild of six-time EMMY award winner, Shawne Duperon, a speaker and film maker who travels the globe speaking on love and forgiveness in the workplace.

“The compelling video movement features the tragic story of a man who loses his family in a drunk driving accident and finds the freedom to forgive. There's a twist to the story, as well as a campaign to fund the feature length film at (http://www.projectforgive.com).”

When told about “Project Forgive”, Clare Lamanna of A Course In Miracles International, a Forgiveness Week event coordinator said, “There is urgent need for films such as this. Forgiveness brings genuine liberation to the mind bound by fear and torment. Any project whose aim is to avail the world of this simple solution, is wholly worthy of support.”

Project Forgive is seeking funding for the film through Kickstarter, and has until 8:33 a.m., Monday, April 23, 2012, to raise $100,000.

To view a trailer for the film and donate to Project Forgive, visit http://www.projectforgive.com.

International Forgiveness Week and the Weekend of Perfect Peace will be observed worldwide on September 14 – 23, 2012.

Special celebration events will be held at the Miracles Healing Center in Wisconsin Dells, WI and in affiliate centers around the world.

Project Forgive video clips will be shown in the segment of the Program called “Moving Movie Moments”.

For more information about all planned events, and how you can participate as a filmmaker, visit http://www.forgivenessweek.org/participate.php.

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