Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Yad VaShem is livestreaming right now the ceremony....
Worth noting that Jews in the Middle Ages also had to wear identifying badges (also yellow)…
Please, others, mute yourselves!
yes please mute yourselves thank u
בדרך כלל שרים רק את הבית הראשון והשלישי
What year was this written?
What a cute kid!
what a sad story.
what an extraordinary story.
Reminiscent of the story Ester Safran Foer tells in the memoir she just published.
so appreciate your sharing
She also found out that she had a sister from her father’s previous marriage who was murdered
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
important smart and modest woman like you. amazing to hear all this.
please let us know when book is published. we all want to read it
Yes, please share! If it is written in Hebrew, I hope it is translated very quickly!
thank you for your sharing your story. Really looking forward reading the book!
Thank you for sharing your personal story to help us comprehend history. This personalization makes it so real and enables us to empathize. So poignant.
so grateful to you for your inspiration and loving sharing. fascinating.
Very touching listen you from Hungary as well.
incredible my mother zl passed away 9 months ago yaffa noemi munk bee donate shick her history is also both countryside and Budapest this is fascinating
so grateful to Rachel for teaching this class.
Thank you for integrating the humanities into personal story. so compelling and inspiring
What beautiful poems.
Thank you for the trust and courage to share your personal story with us. Phyllis
Looking forward to your book. Thanks for the preview.
Hannah Senez poem: Why translated as blessed when the Hebrew is "happy"?
THE ASCENDER WHO DESCENDS INTO OUR LIFE
All double meanings
The second date on the screen is of course a misprint. Kishon died in 2005.
I have much family from Bratislava great grandparents buried there
can you put up text
I was born in Kosice-near Bratislava and my bother's name is Tibor !
Amazing session! Thanks!!!
Thank you, Rachel.
Where is tomorrow’s session?
Thank you for sharing such a deeply personal and intense story.
Such a poignant lesson
Charlie, can we join tomorrow’s session?
poweful moving session
Rochelle's iPad (2)
incredible- thank you
Beautiful!! I treasure a portrait of my Hungarian great grandparents.
This was a fantastic session filled with personal history.
Thank goodness you so much for this beautiful and personal talk!
thank you for your beautiful and touching story
how did you learn Hungarian?
probably from her grandmother.
I wish I had more information from my grandfather who came from Hungary. Franicne Holtzman
thanks, as always!
Luckily i can sign in just thru my Temple’s link!
i tried to sign in from Temple Emanuel and was unable to today
Seems to be sporadic, yesterday I had a problem, then suddenly it worked! TE Newton
Rachel, tell us more about how you learned Hungarian... did you speak as a child? at home?
Thank you Rachel. I could relate to much of what you spoke of today. My father arrived in Palestine from Vienna in 1936 Our parent's history was a fascinating journey.
thank you for your Hungarian language story.
My neighbor was placed into the Carmelite Nunnery in Budapest and saved there. D you know if the nn survived the Communists?