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AdhaZeera

  • 3 years ago

Holocaust Questions?! (please help?) [easy 10 points]? How can I include personal life lessons from the Holocaust into this? I need 3 Paragraphs. [15 sentences] Not everyone of us are completely happy with our lives. Sometimes we might even feel that our lives are the worst. We may go through bad times and be depressed. The problem may range from being big, like losing a friend or family member, to something small, like losing a game. However, if you compare our lives to those of victims of the Holocaust, our problems seem weak.

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  1. BillRosie
    • 3 years ago
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    If you have time read "Man's Search for meaning" by Victor Frankl. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1844132390/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00 I'd also suggest a little classical study such as http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoicism. Back to the question...How we respond to any situation is what enables us, not only to tolerate it but to grow as a result of it. We all suffer our own challenges. Provided that we accept the situation, neither denying, nor condoning and refuse to allow it to break our spirit we can not only survive but grow as a result of it. Few of us would choose to live through adversity. The advertsty theta we suffer in our daily lives can test and strengthen our spirit as it did that of Victor Frankl.

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