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Omega: My Journey Back to My Past Life Family Part 2 of 2

“We leave something of ourselves behind when we leave a place, we stay there, even though we go away. And there are things in us that we can find again only by going back there.” … 2,532 more words

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Omega: My Journey Back to My Past Life Family Part 1 of 2

“Love is the constant, most important thread that runs through the tapestry of all of our lives.” ~ Brian Weiss M.D.

I shrink away as a guard hits me with the butt of his rifle, over and over again.  1,675 more words

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Review: The Book of Aron

The Book of Aron
By Jim Shepard
Vintage, Paperback, 9781101872741, May 2016, 272pp.

The Short of It:

Based on true events, Shepard tells the story of a young boy and his family as they struggle to survive Germany’s occupation of the Warsaw Ghetto. 295 more words

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Remembering the Past - Finding a Direction for the Future

Some thoughts as Tisha B’Av passes by…

This is a time to remember.  Tisha B’Av is also the saddest day of the Jewish calendar, as it was the day of the destruction of both the First and Second Temple.   334 more words

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Studentim Meets Uri Orlev

On Sunday, July 31 we had the incredible opportunity to meet Uri Orlev and his charming wife Ya’ara!

Uri is a Shoa survivor and extremely talented Polish-Israeli children’s book author. 227 more words

Remembering Dr. Janusz Korczak


Dr. Janusz Korczak was one of the most innovative European educators during the first half of the twentieth century. His book, King Matt the First, remains as one of the most beloved children’s stories in Poland. 111 more words

A Polish Expatriate Remembers His Dad, Who Saved Korczak's Diary

Roman Wroblewski remembers his father, the man who saved Korczak’s Ghetto Diary so we could remember him.  Dr. Korczak’s last entry was August 4, 1942: 270 more words

Janusz Korczak