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How I Responded to India's Rape Epidemic
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How I Responded to India's Rape Epidemic

I never acted on my angry reaction to news stories. Until Nirbhaya was killed.

By God's grace, I have never been through sexual trauma. Indian by ethnic descent, I grew up in comfort, the child of godly, financially secure parents. The worst that happened to me has happened to nearly every girl in India: I've been sexually ...

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Paul Schryba

August 26, 2013  4:37pm

Anne Jones- Thank you for your sharing, and may God bless you in your efforts. Truly, lasting change can only come from the heart- but if "God is love" (1 John 4: 16), all acts of love/lovingkindness will help. Buddhists believe that the heart of reality is compassion; according to Hinduism Today [http://www.hinduismtoday.com/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=3106], Hinduism is a religion of love and nonviolence. Prayerfully, all can unite in love to help stop these violent acts.

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