Prayer Shawl Reflections

Prayer Shawl Reflections

Prayer Shawl Reflections are brief inspirational reflections for those who receive prayer shawls. Prayer Shawl Reflections is a sequel to her popular Prayer Shawl Ponderings devotional. This book contains additional devotions and inspiring stories from those who have received a prayer shawl.

The Prayer Shawl Companion

The Prayer Shawl Companion


Reflections

Reflections

Joan C Mullins: Was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. Moving to South Carolina many years later she retired to peruse her hobby of painting and venture into writing children's stories. For a time Joan's stories were tucked away in a dark corner of a closet. Finding them, and reading them all over again gave, “chuckles as they had,once before. "The Mystical Garden", "The Frog and The Bee" "The Butterfly, “The Cemetery" "The Drum" "Intergalactic Surprise." "The Cow and the Nanny Goat" (A new addition to her children’s books) In the year 2010 two of the stories, "The Mystical Garden," and the "Frog and the Bee," were produced as a Ballet. This production of the Ballet was presented on Hikon Head Island South Carolina. 200 children danced in this two day event that was also filmed. Joan also penned her story "Reflections." Her words of family and life. Unbelievably, on November 19 ,20I0: Joan’s son Tommy was brutality murdered Joan wrote about his murder. Her book is called "The Ending"

The Crocheted Prayer Shawl Companion

37 Patterns to Embrace Inspire & Celebrate Life

The Crocheted Prayer Shawl Companion

In their follow-up to "The Prayer Shawl Companion," the authors have once again brought together crafters, their inspiring tales, and comforting, thoughtful blessings. This companion features 37 beautifully designed prayer shawl patterns.

Prisms of Light...Reflections of Shattered Glass

Our Flight from the Holocaust

Prisms of Light...Reflections of Shattered Glass

The young Klein family, living a good but unremarkable life in Vienna, is thrust into the realization that a political hate machine threatens their existence. The Nazi regime issues an edict that all Jews must leave Austria no later than November 9, 1938, and declares that those remaining will be taken to centers for redistribution. It is beyond all human comprehension that these concentration centers will be death camps to millions upon millions of people. How can this be real? This is their home, their country how can they take the threat seriously enough to RUN FOR THEIR LIVES? The world locks its doors, shutting out the Jews. Sigmund and Annie Klein and their two small children are among the desperate hordes begging for survival. This is the true story of what happened to them: how they overcame the heartaches and hardships they endured. It is a story of the human spirit. The author relates her impressions of these darkest of times, witnessed and experienced by herfirst as a young child, then as a girl growing into womanhood, and finally in retrospect. The author states, This forced flight affected each one of us for the rest of our lives. Looking back I believe this was the path we were meant to follow. PRISMS OF LIGHT ...Reflections of Shattered Glass is an uplifting study of survival.

Sidrah Reflections

A Guide to Sidrot and Haftarot

Sidrah Reflections


The Prayer Shawl Journal and Guidebook

Inspiration Plus Knit and Crochet Basics

The Prayer Shawl Journal and Guidebook

"This book is a user-friendly guide for learning to knit or crochet prayer shawls of your own. It includes knit and crochet basics, easy patterns for ten pretty shawls to make, as well as a month-by-month chapter for journaling, and a handy special section for recording what you have made, and keeping track of needles, yarn stash, and other notions is also included"--

Recollections and Reflections

How I Turned Despair Into an Appreciation of Life

Recollections and Reflections

This memoir contains many fascinating vignettes about pre-war childhood in the Lithuanian city of Kaunas, a child's-eye-view of the lost world of East European Jewry. It tells the tormented story of the Kovno ghetto as seen by a youngster whose father was a leading figure in the medical life of the ghetto. The author then recounts the long, harsh journey of entering the gates of Dante's Inferno into the whirlpool of the Holocaust - to Stutthof and Dachau - and moves on to describe his liberation. The author also provides a full and fascinating focus on the post-war years: recovery, organizing education in Italy, and the struggles of starting a new life in the United States, including the high point of obtaining the release of the author's parents from the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War. Jack Brauns has written a most personal and engaging tale. Not only is it a powerful factual narrative, but it is also an uplifting one that rises above the cruelties and savageries of the Holocaust, and is full of hope.

Late Reflections

An Anthology of Holocaust Memories

Late Reflections