Copyright/published Year: 2006 by Hay House
In the spring of 1994, more than one million people were murdered ì in the Rwandan genocide. This is the story of how Immaculee ì survived certain death, along with seven other women, by hiding ì in a very small bathroom for more than 3 months. Day after day, ì for months, the killers would search nearby - gleefully chanting ì "kill them big, kill them small, kill them, kill them, kill them ì all!"
With uncommon sincerity, Immaculee shares with us her soul's ì struggle through disbelief to anger and rage and, ultimately, ì forgiveness. She is living proof of the power of prayer and ì positive thinking.
Her story will touch you deeply. You will feel her fear, you will ì cry, and you will ask yourself the same questions that we as a ì people have been asking forever: How could this happen? Where ì does such animosity come from? Why can't we just be like God, Who ì is the Source for all of us? But you will also feel something ì else most profoundly: You will feel hope, a hope that inch by ì inch, we as a people are moving toward a new alignment-that is, ì we're moving toward living God-realized lives.
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