In the darkest of night the candle burns the brightest.
It is the frigid winter storm that makes the hearth at home warmer and more inviting.
Is is the fire of the hottest furnace that forges the strongest steel.
Hidden in the unthinkable atrocity of the holocaust, are stories of people who met it with dignity, faith and unshakable hope. They did more than just survive, and we shall not rest saying "never again".
The JLI presents a six week course entitled "Beyond Never Again". I will be teaching this class at the Chabad Torah Centre starting Tuesday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m.
"Beyond Never Again" is the story of hope, character, and spirituality amidst the worst depravity in our memory. It is about the most important form of resistance - resistance of the spirit.
We can all use some hope, faith, and sprirtual resistance, I think we can find it in the holocaust.