Shabbat Shalom! What are your plans this weekend?
Sami Steignmann was born in Czernovitz, Bukovina, Romania. From 1941 through 1944, as a young child he was with his parents in the Ukraine at Mogilev-Podolsky, a labor camp in an area called Transnistria where he was the subject of the horrific Nazi "medical experiments". Sami was a victim of the Nazis and faced life challenges and obstacles as a survivor! He now carries the torch fro his generation and teaches the next generation life lessons based on his personal experiences to promote tolerance, and make it a better world for themselves, their children and their grandchildren. ⠀
Join Us for An Evening with Holocaust Survivor Sami Steigmann at the JCC! ⠀
THURSDAY, September 12 ⠀
VIP Meet and Greet 6:30 PM (Includes Front Row Seating)⠀
Main Event 7:30PM⠀
2108 Vail Ave. Redondo Beach, CA⠀
For Any Further Question please call 310-214-4999
Your Daily Dose of Jewish Wisdom:⠀
At the base of our Torah and our Jewish psyche lies an incessant urgency. Not just a sense that things are not the way they should be, but a relentless striving to heal it all this very moment.⠀
Relentless, because it refuses to decay with time or to fade with disappointment. In the morning, we make our plea as though unable to tolerate another moment. And as evening comes, we demand again as though morning never passed.⠀
We live on the edge of eternity. May we arrive now.
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