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Dear AmyWhat a wonderfull testamony, sorry for the heavey handed critics.
I to might hesitate to aproach some one that I had wronged so many yrs ago, Especialy if I was driving on a busy street. Besides you dont know for sure why she is homeless. Maybe you could pray that if an apoligy would help the woman the Lord could arrange another meeting with her after you have been more prepaired. A BIG thankyou to the Advocate for printing this article. As hate breeds more hate so will the love that is protrayed here breed more love. Gary White
VBB and littlemisssunshine,
That is the first thought that popped into my mind as I was reading the article.
lms...that is what I was thinking when I read the story, actions speak louder than words.
seems like she is trying very hard to convince herself that she has turned her life around but a caring and compassionate person would have turned the car around and reached out to her victim if she were so concerned about her. Instead she pulled over to pray in an attempt to alleviate her own pain and guilt then selfishly continued to the mall.
So glad you turned your life around Amy. You will make a great teacher and hopefully you will be able to help others on either side of this subject.