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Remember For Life, Remember For Life, 0827608756, 0-8276-0875-6, 978-0-8276-0875-7, 9780827608757, Edited by Brad Hirschfield , , Remember For Life, 0827610165, 0-8276-1016-5, 978-0-8276-1016-3, 9780827610163, Edited by Brad Hirschfield , , Remember For Life, 0827612184, 0-8276-1218-4, 978-0-8276-1218-1, 9780827612181, Edited by Brad Hirschfield

Remember For Life
Holocaust Survivors' Stories of Faith and Hope
Edited by Brad Hirschfield

hardcover
2007. 128 pp.
978-0-8276-0875-7
$18.00 t
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paperback
2014. 128 pp.
978-0-8276-1218-1
$14.95 t
 

Stories of hope from the Holocaust.

Memory is about choice. We can choose to remember the past in ways that provoke pain and stir our anger, or we can remember in ways that help us create the kind of world in which we most want to live.
Nowhere is this choice more important than in connection to the Holocaust. And never has it been more important than now, because we are the first generation that will live without the presence of those who can tell us in their own words what they saw with their own eyes.

 

These seventy-one firsthand stories from survivors of the Holocaust teach us to choose to remember for life, for their words are not about hatred and death but about ethics, decency, and love.

 

Although the stories are arranged to accompany the weekly Torah readings and many of the Jewish holidays, they are just as meaningful when read on their own, in any sequence. The themes—journey, identity, resistance, community, refuge, and righteousness, to name but a few—are universal. And the lessons—about how to live more fully the life we are given—shine through.

 

 

Brad Hirschfield is a radio show cohost and author of You Don’t Have to Be Wrong for Me to Be Right: Finding Faith without Fanaticism. He is the copresident of CLAC–The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership and regularly listed as one of America’s “Fifty Most Influential Rabbis” by Newsweek.

“A worthwhile collection.”—Jewish Book World

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