My friend Naomi lost her mother, Edith Festinger-Litvin. Edith was a survivor and a fighter, so much so, that Naomi wrote a wonderful book about her and her family called "We Never Lost Hope". As survivor of the Holocaust and Nazi slave camps, Naomi traced her mother Edith and her family throughout World War II. In those pages you hear Edith's words and feel her spirit. Throughout, Naomi brings to life her family as they endure the horrors of deprivation and death, bigotry and bureaucracy. I never met Edith Litvin, yet feel as if I always knew her. I admired her courage, tenacity and gregariousness. Through Naomi and her mother, Edith, I saw that greatness still existed in the places one least expected to find it. It is found within one's own breast. Edith Festinger-Litvin touched thousands of people throughout her life and she will continue to do so on the pages of Naomi's book. Edith belongs to an era that we do well to never forget, least we repeat the mistakes and horrors. We do well to remember and honor Edith and all who walked her path. Edith Festinger-Litvin you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. ???? ?? ?????? ?????
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