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Are you ready for a podcast episode that will leave you inspired and in awe? Look no further! Our latest episode features the incredible story of Michael Ruskin’s parents and their journey of love and resilience during the Holocaust.
In Michael’s book, “The Vow: A Love Story and the Holocaust,” he beautifully contrasts the darkness of the Holocaust with the light, love, and resilience of his parents. Their story is truly unbelievable and serves as a testament to the indomitable human spirit.
Michael’s parents faced unimaginable loss, separated for months during the war without knowing if the other was alive. But their love endured, and their story is a shining example of courage and hope in the face of adversity.
While Michael’s parents rarely spoke about their experiences, the book uncovers the unimaginable horrors they endured through documents Michael found after his father’s passing. It is a gripping and heartbreaking account that sheds light on the atrocities of the Holocaust.
During this captivating podcast episode, Michael and our host, Lorraine Nilon, discuss the lessons for life and resilience even in our darkest hour.
Michael shares the surprising discoveries he made about their parents’ life before he were born. From the struggles of being refugees to the acts of kindness encountered, their journey is filled with both sorrow and hope. Michael talks of his concerns for the future, his sadness for people who are lonely and how he has softened after discovering the true pain and suffering of his parents.
But this episode isn’t just about the past. It also delves into the importance of learning from history to prevent similar atrocities from happening again. Michael emphasizes the need for self-love, respect, and education to foster humanity’s evolution and create a more compassionate world.
Don’t miss out on this powerful podcast episode that will leave you moved and inspired. It is our responsibility to remember and learn from history, and this episode serves as a poignant reminder of the impact our actions and beliefs can have on humanity.
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