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"I look where it is good... I know about the bad, but I look at the good things."  ~ alice herz sommer (108- year-old holocaust survivor)

Never Too Old: Words Of Wisdom From The World's Oldest Living Holocaust Survivor

"I look where it is good... I know about the bad, but I look at the good things." ~ alice herz sommer (108- year-old holocaust survivor)

7 life lessons from a Holocaust survivor : At age 108, Alice Herz-Sommers world's oldest survivor of Holocaust.  She is a pianist. Music is her kind of prayer at concentration camp. She survived still with faith in humanity. 1. Hatred only begets hatred 2. Love your work, no matter the situation 3. Perseverance 4. In routine there is hope 5. If you have something spiritual, you don't need as much food 6. Complaining does not help. It makes everyone feel bad. 7. Faith is stronger than fear.

My Take: 7 life lessons from a Holocaust survivor

7 life lessons from a Holocaust survivor : At age 108, Alice Herz-Sommers world's oldest survivor of Holocaust. She is a pianist. Music is her kind of prayer at concentration camp. She survived still with faith in humanity. 1. Hatred only begets hatred 2. Love your work, no matter the situation 3. Perseverance 4. In routine there is hope 5. If you have something spiritual, you don't need as much food 6. Complaining does not help. It makes everyone feel bad. 7. Faith is stronger than fear.

"Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim." Amazingly moving Nobel Peace Acceptance Speech by Ellie Wiesel; holocaust survivor and author of "Night".

"Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim." Amazingly moving Nobel Peace Acceptance Speech by Ellie Wiesel; holocaust survivor and author of "Night".

This is a highly enlightening series. If you only watch one documentary about WWII, it should be this one. "What greater purpose can history have than to try and lead people toward a possible understanding of how this crime could ever have happened? Without an understanding of how it happened, you can't begin to look around the world and think why it might happen again."

This is a highly enlightening series. If you only watch one documentary about WWII, it should be this one. "What greater purpose can history have than to try and lead people toward a possible understanding of how this crime could ever have happened? Without an understanding of how it happened, you can't begin to look around the world and think why it might happen again."

NIGHT Journal - Quickwrite Writing Prompts (by Elie Wiesel)

NIGHT Journal - Quickwrite Writing Prompts (by Elie Wiesel)

NIGHT Journal - Quickwrite Writing Prompts (by Elie Wiesel) This NIGHT PowerPoint never fails to get conversation started. And not just ...

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