Blind faith: Michael Crossland on a story of freedom through forgiveness

‘I remember vividly the first time I saw someone of my own age who was severely visually impaired in war.’

Charles Inness (left) who shot Richard (right) | Photo: courtesy of the Department for International Development

A problem with listening to Radio 4 as you go to sleep is that you can hear something that jars you awake. This happened when I heard a story that combined my interest in peace with my work in visual impairment.

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