Inside Heart

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SHORTENED FREE VERSION: Inside Heart introduces the real feelings of Japanese people toward the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, which has long been a touchy subject. Author Nori Honjo is an ordinary Japanese man, whose father experienced the tragedy first-hand. But he doesn’t want revenge. Motivated by his father’s stories, Honjo explains to the world why the Japanese have forgiven America for their actions. This is the first book to directly address the issues of forgiveness, harmony and religion in Japanese culture in a way that can be understood by everybody. Not only does it give important insights to a country that is often baffling to Westerners, but it also explains how Japan can become a model for world peace. This is essential reading for those who want to make a change for themselves and for society.
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December 30, 2007
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