Knit to This: Elie Wiesel on Evil, Forgiveness, and Prayer

By Kay Gardiner
September 12, 2020

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  • Thank you. I read Night many years ago, but hearing it in so many voices was powerful. Peace.

  • Thank you so much for sharing this. It feels like a beautiful gift in these frightening times.

  • Wow. Thank you for sharing and L’shanah tovah.

  • Thank you for this.
    L’Shanah Tovah to you and all you hold dear.

    Marcy

  • G’mar hatimah tovah.

  • I love Elie Wiesel, a hero of remembrance and forgiveness. He had slipped from my recent memory. Thanks for the reminder. I never thought in knitting terms, but maybe they fit into mindful making. As we make beautiful fabrics. I hope we knit in all our strands- seek and give forgiveness, recognize aspirations of all, realize where our loose ends are as we weave them in.
    Our celebrations of holidays- Jewish or otherwise – will be odd this year, but I wish everyone Peace and Love.

  • Thank you for sharing this.

  • שנה תובה to you and yours for a sweet (and healthy) year.

    I had the privilege of hearing Weisel speak twice, his voice must live on.

  • Thank you for this, Kay. L’shana tova to you and yours. May your year be filled with health and sweetness.

  • L’shana tovah. May this year bring peace and health to our world.

  • Shana tova. Thank you for all you bring to us.

  • On Being is one of my favorite podcasts! Thank you for sharing.