No forgiveness, no future
In late 1995 Archbishop Desmond Tutu was looking forward to his retirement when South Africa's President Nelson Mandela appointed him chairperson of the country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. "Who could ever say Mr. Mandela nay?" Tutu recalls. "My much-- longed-for sabbatical went out the window, and for nearly three years we would be involved in the devastating but also exhilarating work of the commission."