From Abuse to Abundance

She sat on the porch, an open book in her lap but she wasn't reading it. Her eyes were on the street.  She was waiting for her daughter to come home from school.  Somewhere in the back- yard, she heard the piercing trill of a bird.   It was a beautiful spring afternoon.  Quite peaceful …

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The Great Divide

A grainy photo of a child, a beloved grandmother. Survivor of the Holocaust. Deceased.  God spared her from witnessing the hatred that has gripped the nation-- the country that she had called home for so many years.   It was the same kind of hate which had invaded, occupied her country and imprisoned her and over 400,000 Jews in the …

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