'Hopes and Fears', the last video in this series, sees our group of Holocaust survivors explaining what hopes and fears they have for future generations and the world they live in. "It's hard to understand that people don't learn from the past" - Eva Migdalek "For the first time after all these years I feel insecure again, not for myself but for my children and grandchildren." - Luba Olenski We hear about the views, beliefs and values they hold dear, which they want to pass on to their children and grandchildren. "You have to learn to accept the things that happen to you." - Marianna Shwarz
For many who survived the terrors of the Holocaust, questioning ones faith and belief in God, religion and Judaism became a real and profound challenge to face. How do you continue to recognise a God who allowed such tremendous evil to occur? The survivors we interviewed for this fifth video in our series, 'Rising From The Ashes', were asked questions about their Jewish identity, religiosity, and whether what they endured during the Holocaust has changed their core beliefs in Judaism. Their answers may surprise you.
There is often a common perception that people with disability are unable to do things that the rest of the community are able to do. This video shatters those misconceptions. As you will see, these Jewish Care clients can do anything they set their minds to achieving! "The Things We Do" is the 9th video in this series.