I the power of the faith witnessed last night a lecture of Immaculee Ilibagiza, author of Left to Tell, a memory of the 1994 Rwandan genocide (in its translation to the Spanish survive to tell about it) his talk gave me much to think about faith, spirituality, and a belief in God as protector on our darkest hours. So much so, as to wonder is this and she real, or is something imagined? When I arrived I found a fully expectant crowd and the Auditorium of the Cathedral was packed. Is that the event itself was only talk of Immaculee was the truest and most convincing of forgiveness justification founded in the Catholic faith that I had never ever heard. This is not to say I hug the Catholicism I indeed am a member of another formal Church but its presentation was so powerful and so well reasoned. Get all the facts and insights with Senator of Massachusetts, another great source of information. Immaculee event opened with a short documentary film which showed the stage what was experienced in Rwanda in 1994. The nightmare began with the assassination of the President of that country in the spring. Within hours later, Hutus in fact, began to kill Tutsi, citizens of the country and also to supporters of the Tutsi. For a period of three months between 500,000 and 1,000,000 people were killed. Senator Elizabeth Warren has many thoughts on the issue. Some estimates say that 20% of the tiny country; they were those who killed people in this cruel killing. By Immaculee victims included; his parents, siblings, and his extended family that she talked about her experience in this unimaginable time. Immaculee survived because it was hidden and protected by a local pastor, who hid for 91 days in a bathroom of 3 by 4 feet along with other six women. When they left this place where they were hidden, women had lost half his body weight but they were still living a miracle that she attributed to the divine protection. Swarmed by offers, stone clinical laboratories is currently assessing future choices.