Una O'Higgins O'Malley, was born in Dublin in 1927 and was less than six months old when her father, Kevin O'Higgins, was shot dead by fringe Republicans on his way to Mass. A committed political activist who campaigned to end the violence in Northern Ireland, Una resolved to help people from both sides of the breach in their efforts to forgive, as she had done those killers of her father. This steadfast mission resulted in the opening of the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation. Una was also President of the Irish Association from 1984 to 1986. This publication develops the teachings and beliefs of Una into a further examination of the need for reconciliation and forgiveness, in Ireland and worldwide. This publication takes the opportunity to develop the teachings and beliefs of Una into a further examination of the need for reconciliation and forgiveness. Contributors include Garrett FitzGerald, Mary Robinson and Linda Hogan.