On 12 October 1984 my father, Sir Anthony Berry, was killed in the bombing of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, as he attended the Conservative Party conference there. I made a personal decision just two days later, to bring something positive out of this emotionally shattering trauma and to try and understand those who had killed him. I chose to give up blame and revenge, instead taking responsibility for my pain and feelings, transforming them into passion for peace.

This journey of healing began with my intention and I trusted that life would then bring me the opportunities to heal and grow. Two ...


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