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Momik (see Under Love) - Shared screen with speaker view
Helen Schulman
21:37
Last night I watched and interesting documentary AIDA’S SECRETS.
laurieweinberg
22:06
Thank you- Laurie Weinberg
Fredi
26:08
Call it Sleep by Joseph Roth is the classic book of narrator through a child
Heather
26:22
Yes. It’s marvellous!
laurieweinberg
27:14
Morris Gleitzman wrote a great 6 books series on the Holocaust through the voice an experience of a ten year old - it is for tweens, my 12 y.o. grandson is totally into it
Carol Ducak
35:03
I do not remember the word dysfunctional at all.
laurieweinberg
36:25
Someone commented on the family dysfunction and I commented on how resilient they are, that are idea of healthy function does not being to be relevant to survivors who are incredibly resilient in surviving and continuing to rebuild a new life
Jan Shark Frisch
01:09:54
Page 48 in my book.
Sharon Heim
01:24:11
My parents were survivors. They never ate like this. Table manners were very important. We were not forced to eat everything on the plate
Heather
01:47:18
Mona’s comments are so ;pertinent. Jewish life is circular. We remember every year in synagogue, so our traumas are always with us
Leah Golberstein
01:50:10
Yes, thank you both. Mona your words were perfect for me to hear.
Mona Fishbane
01:50:22
And how do we digest our traumas? How do we position ourselves vis-a-vis our history?
Mona Fishbane
01:50:55
How do we acknowledge our past and let it inform us so we can be our best selves in the present and the future?
Leah Golberstein
01:52:56
Tu b’Av follows Tisha b’Av. maybe the message is about the need to remember and to mourn, but then to move forward into joy and love.
Mona Fishbane
01:53:56
Yes, Leah, how to integrate sorrow with hope, joy, and love. That’s true I think in our personal lives as well as our collective lives as Jews.
Leonie Kramer
01:55:55
There’s a glossary in the back of my edition - it says “scoundrel” for that word.
Leah Golberstein
02:04:09
Thank you, Rachel !!