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Upendo, Kusamehe na Kuvumiliana!

Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Xuma, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. Xuma

    Xuma JF-Expert Member

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    Picha ya Pope John Paul II na mtu aliyejaribu kumuua wakipiga soga!! kwa nini sisi watz tunashindwa kusamehe na kuvumiliana kwani huo ndio msingi mkuu wa ubinadamu na namna ya pekee ya kuiona AKHERA!

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  2. Elli

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    Tatizo sio sisi ni hao tunaotaka kuwasemehe, hawataki tuwasemehe
     
  3. Dotworld

    Dotworld JF-Expert Member

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    Xuma

    Mkuu Elli ... walipokuwa wawili Jamaa akamuuliza Papa ... Please hebu niambie ilikuwaje ukapona na wala hukufa? ... maana mimi nimeshauwa watu wengi as Professional Assassin na sijawahi kukosa kumlenga mtu hata mara moja?

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  4. Baba V

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    ndo mehmet!?
     
  5. Dotworld

    Dotworld JF-Expert Member

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    Pope John Paul II: Forgiveness and Compassion for Your Enemies

    "Forgiveness happens inside the person doing the forgiving. It heals our pain and resentment before it does anything for the person we forgive; they might never know about it."(Lewis Smedes, author of The Art of Forgiving, Morrings, 1996)

    On May 13, 1981, Mehmet Ali Agca shot Pope John Paul II, as the pope rode in an open car across St. Peter's Square.

    Agca served nearly 20 years in Rebibbia, an Italian prison, for his crime. Pope John Paul II visited Agca in Rebibbia Prison and forgave him. In 2000, Italy granted clemency to Turkish gunman Mehmet Ali Agca, who was jailed for 19 years for the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II. The pardon was accompanied by signing of an extradition decree .Italian authorities handed Agca over to Turkish police authorities in 2000. In Turkey he had to serve the remaining nine years of a 10-year sentence he received for killing a newspaper editor, Abdi Ipekci, in 1978. Agca will be released in December 2005.

    A pardon from the Pontiff, a lesson in forgiveness for a troubled world

    On May 13, 1981, Mehmet Ali Agca shot Pope John Paul II, as the pope rode in an open car across St. Peter's Square. 1981: The Pope was shot four times - twice in the stomach, once in the right arm, once in the left hand. Emergency surgery saves him.


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    1981: The Pope was shot four times - twice in the stomach, once in the right arm, once in the left hand. Emergency surgery saves him.​

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    Pope John Paul II (C) lies bleeding in his open car moments after he was shot by Turkish gunman Mehmet Ali Agca in St. Peter's Square, on May 13, 1981​

    It shows Pope John Paul II in white robes, capsized backward on his seat, stricken, in a posture vaguely reminiscent of the Pietá. There is an adrenal burst of motion in the scene as the security men spring alive and the Pontiff¹s white Popemobile lurches off through the crowd.

    In an extraordinary moment of grace, the violence in St. Peter's Square was transformed.

    In a bare, white-walled cell in Rome's Rebibbia prism, John Paul tenderly held the hand that had held the gun that was meant to kill him.
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    Pope John Paul II talks to Turkish Mehmet Ali Agca, who attempted to kill him, in Agca's cell in Rome's Rebibbia prison on December 27, 1983.</center>
    For 21 minutes, the Pope sat with his would-be assassin, Mehmet Ali Agca. The two talked softly. Once or twice, Agca laughed.

    The Pope forgave him for the shooting.At the end of the meeting, Agca either kissed the Pope's ring or pressed the Pope's hand to his forehead in a Muslim gesture of respect. It was a startling drama of forgiveness and reconciliation. On one level, it was an intensely intimate transaction between two men.

    But if the Pope spoke in whispers, he also meant to proclaim a message to the world.

    The only other people in the cell with Agca and John Paul were the Pope's personal secretary, two security agents--and a Vatican photographer and television crew.

    The Pope brought the photographer and the cameramen because he wanted the image in that cell to be shown around a world filled with nuclear arsenals and unforgiving hatreds, with hostile superpowers and smaller, implacable fanaticisms.

    It is difficult to imagine a more perfect economy of drama.

    The Pope's deed spoke, not his words, and it spoke with the full authority of his mortal life and the danger to which Agca had subjected it.

    The meaning of John Paul's forgiveness was profoundly Christian. He embraced his enemy and pardoned him.

    John Paul meant, among other things, to demonstrate how the private and public dimensions of human activity may fuse in moral action.

    What he intended to show was a fundamental relationship between peace and the hearts of men and women, the crucial relevance of the turnings of the will and spirit.
     
  6. Elli

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    Kwasababu kuna NGUVU katika MAOMBI
     
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    Wenzetu hawana uvumilivu hata kidogo! wanawaza JIHAD tuu.
     
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    Hata Siku moja dunia haitakiwa mbingu...
     
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    adolay JF-Expert Member

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    Hili somo ni kiboko.

    Yaani hapa neno upendo na kusamehe linabeba Amani ya kweli.
     
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    Yes!

    Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul


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    Picha hiyo imenigusa kweli....
     
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    Sheikh Ponda aonyeshwe hii picha!
     
  13. Elli

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    Atakutolea Aya kibao
     
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    Ni funzo kubwa sana kwetu wanadamu, it's a pardon to think beyond normal human capacity, forgiving a person who would have left you dead, moyo mkubwa huu.
     
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    Mungu wa kweli anadhihirika kwa matendo yake MAKUU km haya lakini sio kwa matendo ya vurugu na ghasia.Badilikine wahusika.
     
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