A Rose for Reuben: Stories of Hope from the Holocaust

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Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2006 - Religion - 143 pages
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Recounts the stories of individual survivors of the Holocaust, whether from Jewish or other persecuted communities. These survivors are united by their unwillingness to succumb to despair, and by their inner belief that the broken threads of their lives can somehow be rejoined.
 

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This makes for a riveting read. Robert Rietti's communication skills are unparalleled. His remarkable acting and speaking abilities are superbly matched by his gifted ability to bring to life the stories of yesteryear. A rose for Reuben is a must read for anyone who wishes to experience a glimmer of the Divine hand at work one of the darkest chapters of human history.
Rabbi Naftali reich
Monsey NY
 

Contents

A Billion to One
8
Flesh and Blood 2 1
23
Forbidden to Fast
34
The OneLegged Man
48
The Lost Book
62
Lie in Front of that Tank
64
He Has Never Failed Me Yet
74
Iliena
80
Theyve Burnt Holes in the Sky
93
Love Every Half Hour
101
The Loose ShoeLace
107
Love Thy Neighbour
113
Whispers from Beyond
121
Go to Cairo My Son
128
Advice from Above
134
Copyright

Mummy
87

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