This book offers a voguish intense model of lost and found faith in Auschwitz. It is about the struggle of fighting the darkness within. It chronicles the effort to forgive people who have done you wrong, the tireless struggles of women trying to find their status in religion and society, and the continuous battle for actual self.
Fighting the darkness within helps people discern and fight for their homes, beliefs, and society. This struggle makes them stronger and transforms them to a people who have achieved and changed the lives of those around them through stronger faith.
Moreover, it gives a glimpse of the life of an ordinary woman who trusted the words of Jesus to put out into the deep to raise her family alone through lost and found faith and becoming resilient to daily challenges towards new transformation. Spiritual and religious struggles emerge when existence is questioned, has been modified or is challenged. Resilience has been addressed in phrases of mental, social, emotional, and bodily struggles associated with conflict.
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
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