Never Left Behind: What Happened to My Grandparents

An inspiring true story of Divine providence in the darkest moments of history.

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Comments (6)

(5) Barry Baldonieri, January 15, 2020 4:14 PM

"Never left behind"

Thank you for lifting me up today ... Toda Raba and Shalom !

(4) Anonymous, January 15, 2020 8:24 AM

I am intrigued by the story of the Nikodemska family and how they managed to survive. I would love to know how they were reunited and what happened to them. It’s a great example of Hashgachat pratit

(3) Anonymous, January 13, 2020 6:23 AM

Terrific

Great story,hope everyone is well

(2) Kathryn Kanarek James, January 12, 2020 2:46 PM

This story brought tears to my eyes

There are many kinds of miracles. My grandmother, Sophie Goldstein Sader, came from Spikow in Russia to the US before 1910. Her mother was a widow and her family was terribly poor. She was sent to work making hats. I don’t think she ever went to school. She never spoke about her life in Russia. She married my grandfather, who then in the laundry business. They went into real estate. My grandmother eventually became a member of the board of the Yeshiva University Women’s Organization. She also supported my family after my father deserted us. She was an amazing woman and I am here only because of her.

(1) Laura, January 12, 2020 2:49 AM

Wow! What a miracle! G-d so planned for Sophia to find her father. G-d bless the whole family!

anonymous, January 12, 2020 1:29 PM

Yes!

I love this kind of content !

 

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