outcry holocaust memoirs a brutally honest survivor story of human endurance in ww2

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Author : Alter Wiener
ISBN : 9781425997458
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It strives to show that Plato's definition of the Creator God is valid. He created the Cosmos - the region of the distinctions that have intelligibility to the intelligence of human awareness (Ge-wahr-sein). They belong to the human power of knowing through simultaneity, due to God's generosity. Plato affirms, in his "Timaeus" (36d-41b) the importance of the 'psyche' - the soul. It means in Greek originally 'breath' , this affirms the reality of 'self-movement' - 'Eigenbewegung. It is the power whose ability to change depends on the person's own accord, its own intention.. It is the anti-dote to Newton's 'understanding', of the 'law' of the physical, material bodies, which demand another power to change their movement . The reality of psyche justifies the concept of 'auto-kinesis' - as cause.We can understand that God created the world as good as possible. He was good and the good is never jealous! He told us that He is our Father, of the creation that is indissoluble, if 'He wills it so'. All that is bound may be undone, but you shall not be liable to the fate of death, having in His will a greater and mightier bond than those with which you were bound. The writings of the British philosopher Alfred A.E. Taylor gave me better understanding of the validity to acknowledge our human contact with eternal reality, culminating in the concept of "Creator God", which our contemporary academicians consider spurious. LaPlace had assured Napoleon already that we do not need the concept of God any longer; he was not aware that the 'sciences of physics' were under the veil of dubious numbers. accepting that : "Minus times Minus is plus" "The Reason for this we do not discuss"!! Pascal was one of the most out-spoken to reject as 'pure nonsense' the teaching of the 'subtraction of 'four' from '0'. Some tried to understand that to take four from zero remains 'zero'. Yet there never was 'any thing' to be taken! Nietzsche had warned us, that "the numbers had put a 'veil' over our thoughts".The Arabic number system was soo 'handy'!. The 'death of God' was soon proclaimed. The asthonishing fact that the oldest societies in the Euphrat-Tigres triangle had concepts of "Paradise lost" in their memory- language; in their -Sumerian, Indo-Persian Lore. The trilingual text could finally be decipher achieved in 1844 by Rawlinson, when he achieved to decipher the ancient form of writing used in Mesopotamia for many languages in the millennia leading to the first century A.D. He could copy relief sculptures and their accompanying cuneiform inscriptions in Old Persian, Elamite and Babylonian. He could decipher their meaning. They became as the Rosetta Stone for the Hieroglyphics. In 1857 a contest sponsored by the London Royal Asiatic society, pitting Him against other Scholars, proved that he had broken the code. The concept of Paradise was known to these societies, 4000-3000 years prior to Hebrew report. It is worth-while to remember. Brigitte Dehmelt Cooper tried to keep these distinctions in her attention.

Yellow Star

Author : Jennifer Rozines Roy
ISBN : 0761441980
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This is the true story of Syvia Perlmutter - a story of courage, heartbreak, and finally survival despite the terrible circumstances in which she grew up.

Long Journey Home

Author : Lucy Lipiner
ISBN : 9781475934946
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The summer of 1939 turned out to be the last summer of author Lucy Lipiner's childhood. On September 1, when she was six years old, her parents roused her and her older sister from their beds and, with other relatives in tow, left their town of Sucha, home to 780 Jewish people. It was a decision carefully planned and carried out by the author's father which resulted in saving the lives of fifteen people. But the journey of survival was not an easy one, and in Long Journey Home A Young Girl's Memoir of Surviving the Holocaust, from the perspective of that little girl, Lipiner narrates her family's story. She tells of an odyssey of escape and rescue full of hardships and tribulation. From her sheltered life in a picturesque small town at the foothills of the Tatra Mountains to her time as a barefoot and hungry little girl in Siberia and Tajikistan in central Asia, and finally her arrival in America, this memoir shares the emotional details and the physical struggles of a ten-year flight to freedom. A story of resilience, Long Journey Home A Young Girl's Memoir of Surviving the Holocaust provides a detailed, historical account of a little-known and rarely discussed group of Holocaust survivors.

March Of The Titans

Author : Arthur Kemp
ISBN : 0974230332
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The author, Arthur Kemp, took several decades to compile this massive and copiously illustrated volume on the history of the white race presented from a white man┬┐s perspective. This is an expansive, well-written and beautifully presented volume which would make a meaningful gift for anyone who is tired of seeing the white race ignored, trampled upon, denigrated and defamed.

The Dogs I Have Kissed

Author : Trista Mateer
ISBN : 1514287315
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Known for her eponymous blog and her confessional style of writing, this is Trista Mateer's second collection of poetry. REVIEW: "The Dogs I Have Kissed is the kind of book you could read in one sitting and the kind of book you want to tuck underneath your pillow for a month. It's gripping and powerful and disturbingly honest. There are poems that are incredibly comforting and others that are so painful. Trista has the rare talent of writing poems that are both good and true. In terms of literary art, this chapbook is brilliant. Trista weaves together religious overtones with raw sensuality and heartache. She's so purposeful with the imagery, connecting and breaking motifs from each section of the book: how peaches become cherries, how salt is everywhere, the shape of same-different mouths. There is this lovely irony in these poems, how sometimes the speaker of these poems is the one who is described like a dog: sloppy, rabid, hungry, whining. Maybe that's not an irony at all. The Dogs I Have Kissed is for anyone who has felt the tough underside of love, anyone who has been angry and hurt and still strangely hopeful. One of the most striking lines in the entire book is something I keep thinking about: 'Is this okay, is this okay, is this okay, or does it make me weak?' Do yourself, your heart, and your current/ex/next lover a favor: buy this book. Devour it immediately." --Yena Sharma Purmasir, author of Until I Learned What It Meant

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