His Guilt

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His Guilt: Shelly Shepard Gray

Stereotyping people is not something new. All too often people prejudge others by their race, skin, color and nationality. But, sometimes when someone is wrongly accused, exonerated of a crime they did not commit that conviction or wrongdoings hangs over their head as an albatross. What would you life to forget? What are the memories that linger in your mind and that you hope one day will be permanently erased? Are these memories so terrible that you can’t learn from them and move on? What about these memories haunt you and can you erase them with a ritual release? Can you change what others think about you because you left and then returned hoping to start anew? Can you truly become someone better than you were before? Mark Fisher is about to return to Horse Cave a small Amish town filled with people some who…

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