WOW ... so now that you made me cry ... Jack, what a beautiful human being. A few years ago I read "Night" by Elie Wiesel. I don't know how anyone could survive such an unspeakable hell and still have human emotions - kindness, love, hope. AMAZING. My little worries are nothing ... thanks for the link. I needed to read this today. XOXODeb
Thank you for sharing Jack's story! In addition to what happened to him during the war, I found the story of he came to America after the war just as fascinating. I shared the story with my FB friends, I hope more people are encouraged to read it. Jack's life will live on in all the people like us who share.Take care,Lisa Weinsteinwww.lisagradessweinstein.blogspot.com
Thank you Debbie and Lisa for reading. I think it's important to share these stories... sadly, it's too easy to forget. I know that I for one, do not want to forget.
Great link! Inspirational story!
Thanks so much for sharing that beautiful and extremely touching story. I still am crying. Much love my dear friend.
Thanks Kathy. Looking forward, as always, to you Sunday post. Just as soon as I have another cup of Joe. This weather makes me feel like lead! xoxxo
I was just having tears run lightly down my face until the end when Jack said he's tired. Now, I'm just drenched.Wow...wow...what is there to say?Thanks punkin for thatSharon
What a beautiful reminder Darling... thanks for sharing. xoxo
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