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My Mother’s Day Meditation Rooted in Bergen-Belsen and Auschwitz


A meditation technique does not have to be a practice, it can be a gathering of thoughts that lead to a deeper understanding of something, perhaps your self or life in general. Sometimes it takes years for all these thought to gather together to finally make sense of some question or issue.

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft · May 8, 2011 NEW YORK (JTA) — Sunday, May 13, 1945, five days after the end of World War II in Europe, was Mother’s Day in the United States. At Bergen-Belsen in Germany, however, there was nothing for my mother to celebrate

This article is a great example of how love can infuse strength and life into a person and sustain them through difficult times. This story is only one of millions of stories, because millions were victims of the genocide. Maybe if more people took meditation techniques seriously we could begin to eradicate the hatred and darkness in the world.

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