Buried Rivers A Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust

Type : epub | Size : 4.71 MB

Descirption: Triple Award Winner, including Silver Nautilus Book Award and Independent Publisher Bronze Medal for Memoir, and Next Generation Book Award Finalist for Spirituality
To the chagrin of her parents, Polish Je who survived the Holocaust, the author became a Buddhist at 19, nearly tearing her family apart. Decades later, on a German train, she felt the presence of spirits who had died in the Holocaust. Their question, "How can you still believe in basic goodness?" sent her on a series of life-changing journeys to Poland to find the answer. Would her years of Buddhist meditation finally prove helpful to her lineage instead of being a betrayal?In 2006, the author first travels to Poland, the Holocaust’s largest graveyard, and to her mother’s city of Łódź, to reconnect with her family’s tragic history while exploring basic goodness, not theoretically, but in her body and heart….

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