There are no words to describe this must-listen 300th episode, but we’re going to try. The spotlight here is fully on Tova Friedman, the author of "The Daughter of Auschwitz: My Story of Resilience, Survival, and Hope.” Tova is a survivor of the Holocaust and shares her mission in writing the book, which is to represent the 1.5 million Jewish children who were murdered by the Nazis. She expresses her concern about the fading awareness of the Holocaust among younger generations and emphasizes the importance of knowing both the positive and negative aspects of history. Tova recounts her experiences in Auschwitz, including the horrors she witnessed and the resilience she had to summon to survive. She also discusses her journey of recovery, her commitment to preserving the memory of the Holocaust, and the lessons she has learned about resilience and gratitude.
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