When our worlds changed beyond measure, we held tight to this one thing
Project Coordinator: Rachel Bachrach
A scrapbook saved from a fire. A sefer Torah defiantly rescued from a Nazi labor camp. Irreplaceable Gemara notes recovered from a flood. The salvaged fingerprint of a dying baby. When your personal world changed beyond measure, shattering the life you thought was strong and stable, was there one thing you could still grasp, holding on tight?
(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 929)
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