Hitler Saw Our Skills and Used Them to Destroy

We can find our strengths and use them to build.

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Comments (8)

(8) Barry Baldonieri, January 9, 2022 1:21 AM

.......

... thank you, Rabbi ... you showed me my strength !

(7) Brenda Williamson, January 8, 2022 12:17 AM

Enlightened

This is profound!! Thank you!
Blessings and Peace.
Brenda

(6) Anonymous, January 6, 2022 6:35 PM

Huh?

Rabbi, I normally love your videos. This time I was left very confused. What "strengths" were you referring to that Hitler noticed? Was it a "strength" to be "good" forced laborers? Furthermore, nobody can claim to know what was going on in another person's mind, unless the person specifically states what he is thinking. It is therefore historically inaccurate and doesn't make sense to attribute thoughts to Hitler - ie that he noticed each Jews' individual strengths (and the Nazis weren't differentiating between individuals when it came to slave labour. You either were fit to work or you weren't.)

(5) Anonymous, January 6, 2022 3:15 PM

Parallels to today (a few thoughts to ponder)

Hi Rabbi, I watched your video and I couldn’t help but notice the massive elephant in the room. Govts and elitists today (you can see Trudeau’s speech yesterday and French president Macron the day before vilifying the unvaxxed. Could it be that same methods hitler used with finding our strengths the govts are doing the same? Look at how Jewish shuls were so quick to implement a vaccine only allowance, when we see that there is no safety and efficacy in reducing transmission. So what have govts accomplished they have created a divide amongst Jews, a branding of the unvaccinated being unclean, when there is no difference in viral load in either. When we can all daven together in a shul under one roof, and partake in events together, in unity, that will be the day we show govts our strengths. All the best

(4) Carole Paul, January 6, 2022 2:57 PM

Terrific message

Very enlighting. Very up lifting. Thank you.

(3) Wendy Lager, January 6, 2022 2:15 PM

Such an important message - thank you

Rabbi Sytner - we miss you so much in White Plains, NY. But thankful for technology, you are still able to inspire us. I look forward to hearing you on your weekly messages and I’m looking forward to seeing you New York sometime in the near future. Love to your beautiful family. I Wendy Lager

(2) Bracha Goetz, January 6, 2022 2:06 PM

Thank you!

For extracting this positive message from this incredibly sad story - and sharing it to light the way ahead!

(1) Susan Dori Resnick, January 6, 2022 1:59 PM

Read to the End

Astonishing story.

Very well done.

 

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