I Want You to Know We’re Still Here is the poignant and deeply moving story not only of Esther’s journey but of four generations living in the shadow of the Holocaust.
Author: Esther Safran Foer
NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARDS FINALIST • “Part personal quest, part testament, and all thoughtfully, compassionately written.”—The Washington Post “Esther Safran Foer is a force of nature: a leader of the Jewish people, the matriarch of America’s leading literary family, an eloquent defender of the proposition that memory matters. And now, a riveting memoirist.”—Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of The Atlantic NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR Esther Safran Foer grew up in a home where the past was too terrible to speak of. The child of parents who were each the sole survivors of their respective families, for Esther the Holocaust loomed in the backdrop of daily life, felt but never discussed. The result was a childhood marked by painful silences and continued tragedy. Even as she built a successful career, married, and raised three children, Esther always felt herself searching. So when Esther’s mother casually mentions an astonishing revelation—that her father had a previous wife and daughter, both killed in the Holocaust—Esther resolves to find out who they were, and how her father survived. Armed with only a black-and-white photo and a hand-drawn map, she travels to Ukraine, determined to find the shtetl where her father hid during the war. What she finds reshapes her identity and gives her the opportunity to finally mourn. I Want You to Know We’re Still Here is the poignant and deeply moving story not only of Esther’s journey but of four generations living in the shadow of the Holocaust. They are four generations of survivors, storytellers, and memory keepers, determined not just to keep the past alive but to imbue the present with life and more life.
Esther Safran Foer grew up in a family where history was too terrible to speak of. The child of parents who were each the sole survivors of their respective families, for Esther the Holocaust was always felt but never discussed.
Author: Esther Safran Foer
Esther Safran Foer grew up in a family where history was too terrible to speak of. The child of parents who were each the sole survivors of their respective families, for Esther the Holocaust was always felt but never discussed. So when Esther's mother casually mentions an astonishing revelation--that her father had a previous wife and daughter, both killed in the Holocaust--Esther resolves to find the truth. Armed with only a black-and-white photo and hand-drawn map, she travels to Ukraine, determined to find the shtetl where her father hid during the war. What she finds not only reshapes her identity but gives her the long-denied opportunity to mourn the all-but-forgotten dead.
Before I wouldn't really like, I was, I would do my, you know, you're nineteen or whatever. We just out and about, just doing whatever you want. You know.
Author: Jennifer M. Silva
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Jennifer M. Silva tellas a deep, multi-generational story of pain and politics that will endure long after the Trump administration. Drawing on over 100 interviews with black, white, and Latino working-class residents of a declining coal town in Pennsylvania, Silva reveals how the erosion of the American Dream is lived and felt.
back and finding out you were still here so I can hear you voice again made ... around this long and I want you to know I will be here as long as you want ...
Author: Mary Wismer
Publisher: Xulon Press
Which accompany the slightest movement of minuscule object, which rends and tears as it winds its way to freedom? Regardless of eloquence of either individual, they will find their selves none wiser. In order truly understanding the pain associated with each condition, they must experience it on a personal level. And once the unimaginable achieves reality, they will no longer pursue such line of inquiry. The merest of words, without effect or consequence until such time that they become the meaning personal in spirit and condition. At the moment, when Bessel by suffocating gloom of life's raven-shrouded desolation. The heart of love and the soul of compassion to tenderly assist Leon and Rose through that blankest night. It is neither a journey to be taken lightly nor willingly, yet an unavoidable path that they each muss face. Mary Wismer-Mercader, April 24, 1975, was Born in Philippine Island Citizen of Zrich ZH, Switzerland, Married with Swiss nationality. MA Fine Arts, Worship Band Musician, Poet, Informatics Fachschule TS Zrich Switzerland and most of all she is a believers. She Paint and write Poetry which what comes from her Heart the Messages of God. Already during her childhood she starting out to tend hand her down pieces mixed with one by one a very impressing Art. For her Art and Poetry is neither emulated nor-discrete-it is an integral portion of everyday living. She Paint depending of her feelings in its previous are live her education, experiment- above all through a piece of heaven filled with warmth and do with joy in that. Her styles are strongly questioned from many of the Filipino roots of the artist. She is very thankful for all the talent God gave to her as A realArtist.
A BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK ‘Esther Safran Foer has written of her family in a way that is both uniquely and heartbreakingly her story and a deeply important testament for Ashkenazi Jews.
Author: Esther Safran Foer
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
A BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK ‘Esther Safran Foer has written of her family in a way that is both uniquely and heartbreakingly her story and a deeply important testament for Ashkenazi Jews. Her memories are our important history.’ Robert Peston, ITV Political Editor
I think that there are a lot of other—I want to thank all of the entertainers who are still here, those who performed tonight. You were magnificent.
Author: Clinton, William J.
Publisher: Best Books on
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
I may have cancer but you still have your eyes, and your hands, ... And if I were still here I'd shake his hand, because I know how lucky he is I want you ...
Author: Ali Harris
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
PS, I Love You meets One Day in this magical tearjerker from a rising star in female fiction How do you hold on to a love that is slowly slipping away from you? Can you let go of the past when you know what is in the future? And how do you cope when you know that every kiss is a countdown to goodbye? This is the story of a love affair, of Ryan and Molly and how they fell in love and were torn apart. The first time Molly kissed Ryan, she knew they'd be together forever. Six years and thousands of kisses later she's married to the man she loves. But today, when Ryan kisses her, Molly realises how many of them she wasted because the future holds something which neither of them could have ever predicted… 'An adorable, heartwarming tale of love and friendship which bubbles with tenderness. Love it' Marie Claire 'Not since One Day's Emma and Dexter have we fallen so hard for a literary couple...The First Last Kiss will burrow deep inside your head and heart, and will stay there long after you finish reading. 5 stars.' Heat
He said, “I wish you were still here, too. David, go downstairs and ask Gene if you ... You know, “Maybe there's still a chance to keep the script honest.
Author: Edward Gross
This is the true story behind the making of a television legend. There have been many books written about Star Trek, but never with the unprecedented access, insight and candor of authors Mark A. Altman and Edward Gross. Having covered the franchise for over three decades, they’ve assembled the ultimate guide to a television classic. The Fifty-Year Mission: Volume Two is an incisive, no-holds-barred oral history telling the story of post-Original Series Star Trek, told exclusively by the people who were there, in their own words—sharing the inside scoop they’ve never told before—unveiling the oftentimes shocking true story of the history of Star Trek and chronicling the trials, tribulations—and tribbles—that have remained deeply buried secrets... until now. The Fifty-Year Mission: Volume Two includes the voices of hundreds television and film executives, programmers, writers, creators, and cast, who span from the beloved The Next Generation and subsequent films through its spin-offs: Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, as well J.J. Abrams’ reimagined film series.
People around the world will learn from the stories you record. ... That is the way we want you to record them: the way you tell them to people you care for ...
Author: Bunty Avieson
Still Here: Memoirs of Trauma, Illness and Loss explores the history, ethics, and cross-cultural range of memoirs focusing on illness, death, loss, displacement, and other experiences of trauma. From Walt Whitman’s Civil War diaries to kitchen table survivor-to-survivor storytelling following Hurricane Katrina, from social media posts from a refugee detention centre, to poetry by exiles fleeing war zones, the collection investigates trauma memoir writing as healing, as documentation of suffering and disability, and as political activism. Editors Bunty Avieson, Fiona Giles and Sue Joseph have brought together this scholarly collection as a sequel to their earlier Mediating Memory (Routledge 2018), providing a closer look at the specific concerns of trauma memoir, including conflict and intergenerational trauma; the therapeutic potential and risks of trauma life writing; its ethical challenges; and trauma memoir giving voice to minority experiences.
“Well, I'm not flattering you and I want you to know that I mean every word I'm saying. ... I didn't know if you were still here, but in case you'd moved, ...
Author: Margot Rising
Wouldn't you like to inherit property from a relative you hardly knew? Thirty-two year old SUSAN COLEMAN now owns a condo in Scarletville, and cabin, both inherited from her uncle. On her way to the parking lot one night, she is mugged, but is saved by DR. JASON ENGLER. A mystery unfolds with surprising developments. Sue needs her newly acquired job to pay for the taxes on both places. When she goes to see the cabin, she expects to find a log cabin and hopes it has running water and plumbing. Instead, she finds a mansion, rumored to be haunted. A mystery unfolds with surprising developments as they try to prove there are no ghosts. Jason brings his youth group to the haunted mansion to help find the origin of the screams that are heard at midnight. Sue and Jason try to find out what Sue's uncle had intended to do with the mansion, which he'd purchased intending to use it as an orphanage. A romance blooms not only between Sue and Jason, but Jason's housekeeper surprises them with a man who turns out to be more than a friend.
“You don't know anything. I could ask you the same thing. Why are you still in L.A.? Nobody wants you here. People are afraid of you. Or they want to find ...
Author: Stephen Blackmoore
The fifth book of this dark urban fantasy series follows necromancer Eric Carter through a world of vengeful gods and goddesses, mysterious murders, and restless ghosts. The Los Angeles Firestorm killed over a hundred thousand people, set in revenge against necromancer Eric Carter for defying the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl. Carter feels every drop of that blood on his hands. But now there's a new problem. Too many ghosts in one spot and the barrier separating them from the living cracks. And when they cross it, they feed off all the life they can get hold of. People die. L.A. suddenly has a lot more ghosts. But it's not just one or two ghosts breaking through: it's dozens. Another mage is pulling them through the cracks and turning them into deadly weapons. Eric follows a trail that takes him through the world of the Chinese Triads, old associates, old crimes. And a past that he thought he was done with. Carter needs to find out how to get things under control, because if more ghosts break through, there's going to be even more blood on his hands.
If you only were still here now, our lives have changed. I do not want to put on an ... I only want to help others, Bud, and I know your story would help.
Author: Joe C. Thompson
A story of a little baby boy who grew up to be a man earlier than he should have had to. You see, he had cystic fibrosis, a gene disease, creating havoc in a family. Known as C F to many, it is like a cancer that will grow as you grow. Taking away part of ones life. A child in a window wanting to go out and play with friends. But not being able sometimes to get that breath of free air that God gave us. Our son, Jamie who in his short life taught us and others the value and gift of life that God gave us. What a friend is and who they are. Medical professionals who become part of your family, because they want to. You being taught about faith in God and yourself. Your son who thought of others more than himself. So brave and so respected. Being taught that we must believe in God and Jesus and have faith, faith that there is another place where there is no sickness or grief, only happiness and praying we all will arrive at this place, heaven. Setting a goal and having the courage to accomplish what you set out to do, and along the way enjoy life as God would want you to.
I don't ever want a wheelchair again and expect you'll see that I don't have to have one. But just to let you know: you did everything, and it means so much ...
Author: Dorothy and Jack Farley
Can you ever get over the loss of a 'soulmate'/loved one? By: Dorothy Farley Co-Author, (3) 5-Star Rated Books Listen, I'm Still Here – Part I I'm Always Here – Part II Everlasting "Love" – That Is – Part III The Continuation of Love from the Other Side Spirituality – Life After Death MY TRUTH: NO! NOT REALLY, AND CERTAINLY 'NOT COMPLETELY'! HOWEVER, with the passing of time (for me, now seven years since the transition of my beloved husband and soulmate, Jack Farley) one's understanding deepens, and the gradual 'acceptance' that we are all spirit beings with eternal life awakens within us, and "everything is as it should be," as Jack expresses from heaven. There is no ending at death – for life, living and learning continue on and on, in another dimension. Real growth and the reason for our being here on this Earth begins to shine forth for us and reveals life's profound meaning, and why we are here. We see more clearly the only two emotions, 'FEAR' or 'LOVE'. We begin opening our heart to more LOVE – LOVE for everything around us, LOVE for everyone we meet, for everything we see and do – and for ourselves. Let's not forget ourselves. We remember: "LOVE is all there is," affirmed by Jack. Staying in the LOVE VIBRATION is what I have learned to do, and this is where I can reach and connect with the responsive vibration of my beloved husband. Anyone can make this conversational connection – it is a matter of choice – our choice for our loved ones are always here around us in many forms; it is up to us to open our heart to the deepest, most pure LOVE, and in so doing elevate our vibration to reaching and hearing them. This is possible, if we make the choice and BELIEVE we can. Remember, loved ones are always 'living' in spirit form – for it is the perfection of our soul that we are seeking. Even when these TRUTHS are known, it is all easier said than done, but becomes more permanently possible as time goes by, and the light of a new future shines forth.
Then she added, “But I want you to know that you don't have to go through it ... believe that people are still 'here' with us, in our hearts and memories.
Author: Steven H Propp
Have you ever wondered what happens to us when we die? What if you really HAD to know? When tragedy strikes the family of young Jobran Winter, he is forced to confront these questions directly. Undertaking a feverish "Quest," he explores various branches of Christianity; Judaism; Islam; Hinduism; Buddhism; Sikhism, as well as the religions of China and Japan. His search encompasses the New Age, Reincarnation, Spiritism and Psychical Research. Attending channeling sessions and sances, investigating haunted houses and Near-Death Experiences, he examines spiritual traditions ranging from Swedenborg to Scientology, from Jodo Shinshu to the Jehovah's Witnesses. Finally, the Quest brings him into direct contact with Hospice work; physical disability; child abandonment; abortion; suicide; euthanasia, and even cold-blooded murder. Encounter the doctrines of Purgatory & Predestination, Universalism & Annihilationism, as you journey in a novel that will make you reexamine your ideas about religion, skepticism, love, death and LIFE.
Food safety is part of our citizens ' basic contract with the Government . ... [ Laughter ] So I want to tell you how come I came down here .
Author: United States. President
"Containing the public messages, speeches, and statements of the President", 1956-1992.
She wanted and needed to figure it out on her own, without outside help. “How'd you know we were still here?” Tiffany asked when Moira came into the ...
Author: Peggy Jaeger
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
Symphony pianist Moira Cleary comes home after four years of touring, exhausted, sick, and spiritually broken. Emotional and psychological abuse at the hands of someone she trusted has left her gaunt, anxious, and at a crossroads both professionally and personally. Moira’s best friend, veterinarian Quentin Stapleton, wants nothing more than to help Moira get well. Can his natural healing skills make it possible for her to open her heart again? And can he convince her she’s meant to stay home now with the family that loves her - and with him - forever?
Do you know what she wants? Oh, never mind! I'm just finishing up here, so I'll go in right now.” Don goes to Vera's room. “Donnie, I'm glad you were still ...
Author: Yvonne A. Hendrickson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Visitors to this link! Seeds of Sin produce bad fruit filled with secrets. Secrets have a way of finding their way to the surface. Post World War II finds a farming family in the Yakima Valley of Washington State becoming aware secrets cannot be held in check. Walter Mason has never-ending problems of weather, Mexican migrant workers, the impending death of his wife, and after 18 years, long held secrets have risen to the surface. Secrets he thought would always be just that, secrets. Like ripples of a wheat field in the wind, one secret opens another. Secrets of adultery and adoption, lead to suicide, murder and more. The ripple spreads wide, becoming a wave that rocks residents of the peaceful farming valley Eat the apple that falls in your gardendo not try to learn where it came from and you will be content. (In the brief time this book has been available, readers are already asking for the sequel. It has proven to be a "page turner" with readers interested in more stories about the characters.Yvonne has started on the sequel.)
I wanted to give you that little history—especially the young people—I want ... I know it's—you know, that division is still here, but our communities are ...
Author: Shirley Sherrod
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Traces how the author was forced to resign from the USDA in the wake of unsubstantiated accusations, tracing the media and legal efforts that enabled her ultimate vindication and drew apologies from the NAACP and the White House. 40,000 first printing.