Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Especially Him…

His head bowed low, the man hurried through the door, desperate to avoid the notice of his wife and children. He didn’t want them to see his face. His wife, a strong woman and not easily deceived, followed him into … Continue reading

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A Schuyler Falls Story: The Pearl

The black man stood a fair distance from the group of mourners at the gravesite.  His nervous fingers worried the soft hat in his hands. He was dressed in his Sunday best – a worn blue suit, freshly pressed. The … Continue reading

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Soul Survivors

I learned today that on February 23rd, Alice Herz-Sommer, reported to be the world’s oldest known survivor of the Holocaust, died in London. She was 110 years old at the time of her death. As I thought about Herz-Sommer’s life … Continue reading

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