The following is excerpted from the Church News. To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

Sister Morgan Taylor had just stepped from the Papeete Tahiti Temple to enjoy some fresh air when life, once again, took an unexpected twist.

There, apparently waiting for her outside, was an older man who seemed vaguely familiar. The young missionary sometimes struggled remembering faces and names after being struck on her bicycle by a drunk driver months earlier, suffering traumatic brain damage and other injuries.

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Then the man spoke, calling her by her first name.

“Morgan,” he said, “I’m the man who hit you….please, can you forgive me?”

Then the man, clearly in distress, seemingly shifted to an internal discussion, asking: “How could she ever forgive me for what I have done to her?”

Sister Taylor had often wondered what she would say to the man who had upended her life and, through his bad choices, erased many precious experiences from her mind that cannot be replaced.

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