Re-Loving After Being Wrong(ed)


As I’ve considered my topic for 31 Days, many seemingly tangential ideas have come to mind. I remembered the story of Jennifer Thompson-Cannino and Ronald Cotton, two people who became friends after Jennifer wrongfully named Ronald as the man who raped her. You can read their story here or listen to it here. It’s a beautiful example of goodness in humanity and turning tragedy into triumph. With the sadness and negativity that sometimes abounds in our world, I’m grateful people like Ronald and Jennifer live among us.


One thought on “Re-Loving After Being Wrong(ed)

  1. Pingback: Thirty-One Days: Reuse, Remake, Re-love | reusethematerialgirl

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